Dates for your diary

10th to 13th September 2014
Ring Round The Moon by Jean Anouilh

PosterAre you in the mood for some stylish fun, glamour, romance and intrigue. That is all to be found in Ring Round The Moon. The play revolves around wealthy twin brothers who vie for the heart of a beautiful young woman, under the watchful eye of their wise old aunt.

Adapted By Christopher Fry

3rd to 6th December 2014
Seasons Greetings

Oh, the joys of a family Christmas! The unwanted relations! The guests that you are not only unsure of, but also have no desire to get to know. The television! And the forced family jollity that makes the Festive season such a joyful time to be welcomed and dreaded simultaneously. If you are in the midst of preparing for your own happy gatherings, come and see ours first - where the worst nightmares of the holidays collide in Alan Ayckbourn's celebrated seasonal feast - and be glad it's not yours.

11th to 14th March 2015
My Cousin Rachel by Daphne Du Maurier

The mysterious, captivating Rachel – innocent or murderess? Diana Morgan’s adaptation brings to life Daphne du Maurier’s classic novel of romance, tension and suspicion. Did she murder Philip Ashley’s beloved Cousin Ambrose for his estate? When Philip inherits the estate himself, he too falls in love with Rachel – but is constantly torn between belief and disbelief in her. Is she using him to get the estate for herself? Tragedy throws a last despairing light on events.

Adapted by Diana Morgan

13th to 16th May 2015
She Stoops to Conquer

So there's this wealthy chap, Mr. Hardcastle, who wants his daughter Kate to marry an equally wealthy suitor. Trouble is the suitor is very uncomfortable around upper classes rich folks, so it looks as though Kate will be beyond his reach. However, Kate has a plan – she will pretend to be a servant and so win him for herself – and thus she will “stoop” to the level of a servant to “conquer” her intended. Get the idea? Oliver Goldsmith's comedy may be 240 years old – but which parent today doesn't want their kids to marry well – and which kid today won't do what they can to get what they want?! And of course, when there's money involved...

About us

We are Dudley Little Theatre (also known as DLT), an amateur theatre company based in Netherton, near Dudley, West Midlands. UK. and now in our 67th. season. We produce four plays per season and strive for high quality in all aspects of production.

DLT was privileged to give the first public performance in the newly opened Netherton Arts Centre (NAC), a restoration of the old cinema building, way back in 1947.  Our History

See our press reviews at Behind the Arras

Tickets

Tickets for both stalls and circle cost £7.00 (concessions £6.00) Party booking discount available

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Venue

We perform at Netherton Arts Centre, Northfield Road, Netherton, West Midlands. DY2 9ER   Find Us

NAC is wheelchair accessible, has a hearing 'T' loop system and accessible toilet facilities.

Please note: fire regulations determine numbers so we advise booking tickets in advance.

Show Times

All performances start at 7:30 pm. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.

Refreshments

We have a licensed bar from 7:00 p.m. Coffee, tea and soft drinks are also available.

You may pre order your interval requirements when you arrive

Ice cream is also available during the interval.

Membership

We welcome new members, actors, back stage, technical, stewards, bar, front of house, box office. There are roles to suit all interests, levels of ability and time commitments.

We would very much like someone to become our wardrobe mistress (or master) no great experience required and you don't need lots of dress making experience, its mainly organizing costumes, minor repairs and alterations. We would also like to expand our back stage and technical teams

Please contact John Lucock for an informal chat on (01384) 259267

Membership costs £15.00 per season and is open to anyone aged 16 years or above.

 

DLT is a Registered Charity number 252570

 

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