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Death of a Salesman

9th - 14th November 2015

Progressive Players LAST PRODUCTIONdeath of a salesman

Arthur Miller's most famous work involves the ageing salesman Willy Loman, who just can't catch a break. With a life based on a smile and a shoeshine, Willy's dreams are insupportably vast yet dangerously insubstantial.


Humour and anguish, promise and loss, all encapsulated by the salesman's majestic grandiosity and captured within the four walls of an ordinary American home.




Autumn Season 2015

Progressive Players

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The 2015 Autumn Season from the Progressive Players has been announced and includes ' Death of a Salesman' the Arthur Miller classic, a comedy 'Hound of the Baskervilles' based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's tale and 'Heatstroke' a farce from playwright Eric Chappell.


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!




5th - 10th October 2015

Progressive Players PAST PRODUCTIONheatstroke

A holiday in a Spanish villa sounds idyllic, but not when people turn up who shouldn't be there. Add in a mix-up over three holdalls and throw in a snake who has decided to take up permanent residence: all the ingrediants are in place for this fast-paced, clever farce.




Get Up and Tie Your Fingers

September 2015

Progressive Players PAST PRODUCTIONladies of spirit

Set against the backdrop of the 1881 Eyemouth Fishing Disaster, the worst one in Britain - involving the loss of nearly twenty vessels and 180 men - this is a fictional account of three herring girls, Jean, Janet and young Molly, as they go about their everyday lives, their aspirations, hopes and how they cope with the grim toll of the sea..





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