Rehearsals for Allo Allo are going well, and tickets for Friday 27th October are almost sold out. Buy yours now at https://tickets.horfieldtheatre.co.uk or call our box office on 0117 9695716
Leesen very carefully, I shall say zis only wunce; Horfield Theatre Company is bringing the hugely popular comedy play ‘Allo ‘Allo to Horfield!
Written by David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Directed by Dom Sugrue
25 – 28th October 2017
Horfield Parish Hall, Wellington Hill BS7 8ST
Doors and bar open 7pm for 7:30pm start
Saturday Matinee 2pm for 2:30pm start
Tickets available online or call our Box Office on 0117 9695716
Based on the hit TV series written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft, the story follows the adventures of René Artois, a café owner in the town of Nouvion in German occupied France. Surrounded by German Officers, the Gestapo, Resistance fighters, amorous waitresses, escaped Allied airmen and a British agent disguised as a Frinch polossman (oops, French policeman), René tries to please everyone with hilarious results.
Trying to hide the priceless portrait of the Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies, stolen from the Nazis and concealed in a knockwurst sausage in his cellar is only one of René’s worries!
Tickets are now on sale for our latest production, The Princess and the Pea. Adults £9, Children £4.50
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Horfield Parish Church Hall, Wellington Hill, BS7 8ST
Wed 15th – Sat 18th Feb 2017 – 7:30pm
Sat 18th Feb Matinee – 2:30pm
Adults £9 – Children £4.50
Tickets available soon
Once upon a time in a faraway kingdom there was a prince who wanted to marry a princess. Now, this particular prince was quite finicky. He wasn’t willing to marry just any princess. He wanted to find a princess who was beautiful, kind, witty, charming, and, most important of all, sensitive. Will he find his true Princess? Come with us on this magical quest full of fun and frolics for the whole family!
Based loosely on the story by Hans Christian Andersen ‘The Princess and the Pea’ is brought to you as a collaborative project by St Andrews Players and Horfield Theatre Company, written by Peter Bond.
by Peter Coke
26 – 29 October 2016
Jane and Catherine Hayling were both married to Basil (not at the same time!). Now deceased, he leaves them both his enormous house, filled with beautiful antiques. With no money to run the house, and no option to sell, they have debtors at their doors. Their only option is a spray of emeralds which they hope will save them… Will they succeed? Come along to this comedy farce to find out.