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Spring and Port Wine

Spring and Port Wine
by Bill Naughton
October 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th  2018 

PLEASE NOTE - There is no longer a performance on Saturday 6th October.  All patrons who have booked tickets will be contacted.  

Spring and Port Wine tells the story of a patriarchal battle of wills in a small Bolton household between obdurate Rafe Crompton and his children, chief among them his daughter who defies him by refusing to eat a plate of herring one evening, leading him to serve it up for her day after day.  Set in the Swinging Sixties, this play was also a hit film with James Mason.  Sounds of the Sixties included. 
Tickets  £7.50

The Ruins of Talgarth - Encore Performance

The Ruins of Talgarth by Vic Mills Another chance to see this multi award winning play by Vic Mills, and directed by Neil Maidman prior to it being performed at the Liverpool International Theatre Festival in Nova Scotia, Canada.  This play is based on a true story. Jean has been committed at the age of 18 to the lunatic asylum in Talgarth ( known as ‘The Bin’) at the insistence of her husband, William.  We try to understand what that experience might have been like  for Jean and the reasons that her husband “put her in the bin”.   Guidance: Suitable for over 14s.Tickets are free - but donations on the night to BLT would be most welcome.   

Cinderella - A Family Pantomime

Cinderella - A Family Pantomime by Vic Mills
November 30th and December 7th at
December 1st, 2nd, 8th & 9th at 230pm. 
All Tickets £12  Group Ticket (4 Seats) £40
Early Bird Offer £10 Single Tickets and Group Ticket (4 Seats) £35 Until September 1st

The Handsome Prince, lonely in his palace in Grove Park has no idea of the love and the Nando’s he will come to share, with Cinderella, daughter of Baron Hard- Enough of Cefn Fforest. As the Ugly Sisters flaunt their wares on the show field on the day of Blackwood Show, the Prince’s darts team gathers at Wetherspoons, ready to take on the bad boys of the Cross Oaks. The Prince plans a great party, invitations going out to the badlands of Argoed, the wild untamed lands of Oakdale and Pen-Y-Fan but not to the forbidden territory of Wylie! A very traditional Cinderella for all the family, with the most hideous Ugly Sisters, the loveliest Cinderella and the most Handsome of Princes with lots of audience involvement, hilarious jokes to suit grandparents, parents and kids, favourite songs and all with a very modern and very Blackwood twist, is rolling into town at Blackwood Little Theatre this December!!

All persons entering must have a valid ticket and this pantomime is not suitable for under 3's
The theatre has no provision for the storage of prams or strollers/pushchairs - we apologise for this, but we are a little theatre, and space is at a premium. 
The Theatre reserves the right to cancel the performance at short notice due to unforeseen circumstances, such as dangerous and adverse weather conditions for the safety of the audience, cast and volunteers of Blackwood Little Theatre.