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Caramba's Revenge

Caramba's Revenge  - A Black Comedy
by William Norfolk 
September 19th, 20th & 21st 2019
All Tickets £7.50
Two Tickets for £10 - Ongoing Offer

This production is being staged in order to raise funds for Hospice of the Valleys through donations (from ticket sales) and a raffle

In a very ordinary-looking terraced house live 3 apparently sweet elderly ladies, pooling their resources to have a comfortable life. Lottie is (slowly) writing the latest, Chandleresque (she thinks) Great American Detective Novel, Doris is a bit scatty and is fond of a tipple and Marge the self-appointed master-chef. When Ronnie, a young, bubbly, woman comes to the house seeking her long-lost Grandma, Violet, whom she has never met, we see just how far they will all go to protect their lifestyle! 
730pm.  Doors Open at 7pm

The Man Whose Hair Grew Black - Gurnwah Productions

The Man Whose Hair Grew Black by Anthony Bunko (Full Version)

Gurnwah Productions are proud to present the latest hilarious comedy by Anthony Bunko.  
A cut-down version of this production received rave reviews at the Merthyr Comedy Festival in April 2019
and is sure to be a winner this November, as the 2nd leg of their 'World Tour of Wales' continues in Blackwood at the Little Theatre. 

A strange tale, a tale that should never be forgotten, or perhaps should be forgotten, it tells the story of Clive the Postman, 
an ordinary man who lives an ordinary life when overnight his hair grew BLACK!!!!

All Tickets are £10 plus £1 Booking Fee. 

Adult Comedy - strictly Over 16s only

Performances start at 730 pm. 
November 9th at Blackwood Little Theatre


Aladdin - A Family Pantomime

Aladdin - by Vic Mills
November 29th & December 6th at 
November 30th, December 1st, 7th & 8th at 2.30pm
Priority Booking from March 1st 2019. 
Tickets on General Sale from April 1st 2019

All Tickets £12  Group Ticket (4 Seats) £40
Early Bird Offer £10 Single Tickets and Group Ticket (4 Seats) £35 Until September 30th 2019

We travel to ancient Peking this Christmas for the magical, romantic and hilarious story of Aladdin. A handsome young man from the backstreets of the city has his life changed by a terrifying stranger and by a beautiful princess. Helped and hindered by the maddest mother in all China he will he will prove that love, and a grubby old lamp, can conquer all.

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.