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Ladies Day
written by Amanda Whittington

Weds 21st March 2018 to
Sat 24th March 2018

at
7.30pm with a matinee at 2.30pm on the Saturday
at
The Bradford Playhouse
4-12 Chapel Street, Little Germany,Bradford BD1 5DL
All Tickets £12.00 
Buy 10 tickets get 11th free

Tickets will soon be on Sale


To get your Tickets click on BUY TICKETS, or the link below, or contact us on 07977011800, or contact the Bradford Playhouse on 01274 800415

Tickets can also be purchased from members of the cast

 

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Our last production Calamity Jane was a great hit. It was performed on stage at The Bradford Playhouse 7th to 10th June 2017
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In the Wings

We are so excited to be able to announce that the show we will be performing next summer is the wonderful Musical Singing in the Rain. However just to keep you entertained, before that we will be performing the play Ladies Day a comedy drama from Amanda Whittington about four unlikely lasses from Hull who decide to take a day trip to the races. Both shows will be at The Bradford Playhouse, with Ladies Day from 21st to 24th March, and Singing in the Rain 27th to 30th June 2018. For more information please see the In The Wings page on this site.

Spotlight

 Ladies Day - 21st March to 24th March 2018
Comedy Play by Amanda Whittington


Ladies’ Day is a comedy drama from Amanda Whittington about four unlikely lasses from Hull who decide to take a day trip to the races. Focusing on the friendship between the four distinctly different women.
Work, love and life are just one long, hard slog for the fish-filleting foursome Pearl, Jan, Shelley and Linda. But their fortunes are set to change when Linda finds tickets to Ladies’ Day at Royal Ascot the year it relocated to York. Out go the hairnets, overalls and wellies as they do themselves up to the nines and head off to the races. Glamour puss Shelley is interested in meeting a handsome, and preferably rich, man. Linda, on the other hand, is skint after letting her duplicitous mother back into her life. Pearl spills the beans on her illicit love life to devoted single mother, Jan, who is concerned for her academically ambitious daughter. As the girls guzzle champagne they come across a variety of characters from an arrogant TV pundit to a sensitive jockey. They place the odd bet too and if their luck holds, they could just hit the jackpot.  

We are delighted to be performing this hilarious Play at The Bradford Playhouse in Little Germany. The Playhouse has a Bar for your interval refreshment, and plenty of secure parking just accross the road. 


Tickets will soon be on sale, and you will be able to get them by following the link on this website, or contact the theatre direct on 01274 800415.

 


Auditions for Singing in the Rain musical 
Sunday 21st January 2018

June will see us put on the iconic musical Singin’ In The Rain, headed up by our fabulous production team- Director Giles Atkinson, Choreographer Amy Roache-Sheard, MD Deborah Moore.
Auditions take place on  Sunday 21st January 2018, at 2pm, at St Andrews Church Hall, Undercliffe.
If you are interested in auditioning then please email our Secretary katrina833@hotmail.co.uk and she will send you an audition pack.

The show will be on stage at The Bradford Playhouse from the 27th to 30th June 2018



 

Excerpt from review Of Spend Spend Spend by Philip Lickley in The Bradford Review (full review can be found at http://www.thebradfordreview.co.uk/spend-spend-spend/

"Coming out of Spend, Spend, Spend on a damp Saturday night my mood had been lifted both by a musical that tackles many issues in a warm, witty, emotive way alongside some catchy numbers, and the strong performances by the Bradford Players in bringing it to life. All those who saw the show over its five performances would have got a real treat from a production that looked every bit as professional as anything you could get by a bigger group, with the core cast and chorus throwing all their energy into the performances supported by some very detailed set, prop, lighting and musical work. The cast looked like they were having a ball on stage and this enthusiasm passed over to the audience. An absolute joy."

Comments from Facebook
"Came to see the matinee performance of Spend Spend Spend. Everyone is to be congratulated on a fabulous performance beautifully portrayed. What a lovely little theatre it lended itself completely to the production. Looking forward to "Brassed Off". Keep them coming. THANK YOU" by Anne Griffin

"I laughed, I cried, I danced, I sang .... I heckled! It was absolutely fantastic .... beats anything I have seen at the Alhambra so far! Totally professional and resonated totally with Yorkshire life .... even today! Well done!" by Irene Young


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