Sunday Afternoon Play Reading

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A warm welcome awaits you at The Swallow Theatre. These enjoyable play reading afternoons are great for anyone who wants to join in reading a script, reading different character parts and learn a little about the background to the play. No experience necessary Tea and coffee provided Admission Free (Suggested donation towards costs £3)

Sunday Afternoon Play Reading

Play Reading 2019-2020 Featured Image

A warm welcome awaits you at The Swallow Theatre. These enjoyable play reading afternoons are great for anyone who wants to join in reading a script, reading different character parts and learn a little about the background to the play. No experience necessary Tea and coffee provided Admission Free (Suggested donation towards costs £3)

Sunday Afternoon Play Reading

Play Reading 2019-2020 Featured Image

A warm welcome awaits you at The Swallow Theatre. These enjoyable play reading afternoons are great for anyone who wants to join in reading a script, reading different character parts and learn a little about the background to the play. No experience necessary Tea and coffee provided Admission Free (Suggested donation towards costs £3)

A Christmas Carol

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Another chance to enjoy this perfect Christmas treat! Following two sell-out performances here in 2018 we are delighted that Olivier Award winner Guy Masterson, is returning with his one-man adaptation of Dickens’ classic festive fable. Famed for bringing multiple characters to vivid life, Masterson recreates Scrooge, Marley, the Fezziwigs, Tiny Tim, et al, in an […]

A Child’s Christmas in Wales and Other Dylan Thomas

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Following two amazing visits from Guy Masterson firstly with ‘Under Milk Wood – Semi Skimmed’ by Dylan Thomas and then in December with his wonderful one man performances of ‘A Christmas Carol’ we are delighted that Guy is returning this December with a festive Dylan Thomas poem and other pieces plus a matinee performance of […]

Sunday Afternoon Play Reading

Play Reading 2019-2020 Featured Image

A warm welcome awaits you at The Swallow Theatre. These enjoyable play reading afternoons are great for anyone who wants to join in reading a script, reading different character parts and learn a little about the background to the play. No experience necessary Tea and coffee provided Admission Free (Suggested donation towards costs £3)

Sunday Afternoon Play Reading

Play Reading 2019-2020 Featured Image

A warm welcome awaits you at The Swallow Theatre. These enjoyable play reading afternoons are great for anyone who wants to join in reading a script, reading different character parts and learn a little about the background to the play. No experience necessary Tea and coffee provided Admission Free (Suggested donation towards costs £3) — […]

Robert Ross: A Funny Way to Make a Living

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Robert Ross is Britain’s foremost comedy historian. He is a frequent guest broadcaster on radio and television, and is the author of over twenty books on comedy. He is the official consultant for the Carry Onfranchise, and has written several scripts for the Doctor Who audio collection. Robert has been writing about the history and […]

The Play’s The Thing

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Do you know your Bottom from your Puck…How about your Henry from your Hecate…Shakespeare buff or Bard blagger? This exciting and fun-filled production is a fantastical tour through the world of Shakespeare for novice and aficionado alike. Using scenes from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest, Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet and more, The Globe Players (your tour guides) create an accessible […]

The Fitzwilliam String Quartet at Glasserton Church

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The Swallow Theatre Association are delighted to welcome back The Fitzwilliam String Quartet.  The quartet, named after Fitzwilliam College Cambridge, gave their first performance 50 years ago.  This makes them one of the longest established string quartets in the world – and possibly unique in having reached this milestone with an original player still on board! […]