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Ladies of Spirit

6th - 11th July 2015

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Gibraltar School was founded as a school for young ladies by the two late Misses Pye. The long-suffering teachers now have their lives made miserable, not only by their pupils, but also by the present headmistress, Miss Rowe.


Since Gibraltar is a private school, they resign themselves to the fact that there is little they can do about it, but help comes from an unexpected quarter.




Autumn Season 2015

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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!



Blue Stockings

8th - 13th June 2015

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Girton College, Cambridge, 1896: Elizabeth Welsh is preparing for battle. Girton is the first college in Britain to accept women.


Whilst the men graduate, the women leave with nothing but the stigma of being a 'blue stocking', an unnatural, educated woman, considered both unquallified and unmariageable by an unforgiving society.


Principal Welsh is determined to win the girls' right to graduate, whatever the cost.







27th April - 2nd May 2015

Progressive Players PAST PRODUCTIONplayhouse creatures

Beautiful, playful and enigmatic invalid, Miranda, comes to stay with the rather ordinary Dr. Martin after he returns from a holiday in Cornwall, and proceedes to turn both his and his family's lives upside-down.


But something seems a bit fishy about her - what else could she be hiding in this quirky comedy tale?







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