ltg
email the Little Theatre


  • NEXT PRODUCTION
  • WHAT'S ON - Spring season 2015
  • LAST PRODUCTION
  • CONTACT US
  • How to find the Little Theatre Gateshead
1 What's on - Autumn Season 20142 LAST PRODUCTION3 Contact the Box Office now4 How to find the Little Theatre Gateshead5
Open Source Javascript Slideshow by WOWSlider.com v3.4

Welcome to the LITTLE THEATRE Gateshead home of the

Progressive Players


The Dumb Waiter & Betrayal

23rd - 28th March 2015

Progressive Players SHOWING TONIGHTplayhouse creatures

Two one act plays written by one of Britain's best known playwrights.

 

In The Dumb Waiter, two hit men co-exist in an atmosphere of menace and mystery in the basement below a disused restaraunt, wrestling with a dumb waiter which demands dishes they cannot supply. Just who is operating it?

 

Betrayal is a brooding mixture of manners, self-deception and dishonesty, set amidst a seven-year long affair between a woman and her husband's best friend.

 

 

MORE

 

Spring Season 2015

Progressive Players

Play Pictures

The 2015 Spring Season from the Progressive Players has been announced and includes ' The Ladykillers', a comedy from the writer of the TV programme 'Father Ted', two one act Harold Pinter plays in March and 'Blue Stockings' a drama which premiered at Shakespeare's Globe in August 2013.

 

Early booking of tickets is advised or why not contact the box office and request a season ticket and get 5 plays for the price of 4!

 

READ MORE

Playhouse Creatures

February 2015

Progressive Players LAST PRODUCTIONplayhouse creatures

The year is 1663 and Nell Gwyn struggles to join the first actresses ever seen on stage. They fight against the prejudice of the industry and the preconceptions of the public and with each other.

 

This funny and moving play is a rare treat.

 

Contains strong language and adult themes.

 

READ MORE

 

The Ladykillers

January 2015

Progressive Players PAST PRODUCTIONthe ladykillers

The stage version of this classic Ealing Comedy is a theatrical tour de force! Posing as amateur musicians, Professor Marcus and his gang rent rooms in the house of Mrs Wilberforce. The villains plot to involve her unwittingly in Marcus' brilliantly conceived heist.

 

Are you humming the music yet? Don't miss it!

 

READ MORE

 

DON'T MISS
wardrobe
facebook


The Little Theatre Gateshead welcomes people with disabilities

hearing loop