UFFA - The Play
Uffa Fox was an irrepressible extrovert and novel thinker, as well as a singer, musician, journalist, author, painter, sportsman, campaigner, controversial businessman and friend of royalty.
The new play by Malcolm Turner, author of UFFA — Yachting’s Eccentric Genius.
Thursday 21st, Friday 22nd &
Saturday 23rd March
Sunday 24th March
A comedy by Ed Waugh & Trevor Wood
When three “vintage style” cleaners, Olive, Gladys and Elsie, are threatened with redundancy they feel that their lives are coming to an end until a chance wrong number gives them a new business start-up idea – a business that is far from clean!
Parental Guidance warning. Also, for those with a slightly more sensitive predisposition, expect to hear some inuendo and strong language from some very disgruntled older ladies.
Performances (start at 7:30pm)
Thursday 18th April
Friday 19th April
Saturday 20th April
Thursday 25th April
Friday 26th April
Saturday 27th April
Estimated Finish Time - 9:40pm.
Adults £10 (3 for 2 on first night)
Book now by clicking on the button below.
Telephone Bookings start from Saturday 6th April on 01983 295229.
The Likes of Us
A Musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice
The Likes of Us, is the first musical written by this musical theatre powerhouse, it is based on the early life and times of the Victorian philanthropist, Dr. Thomas Barnardo. The Likes of Us follows Barnardo’s arrival in London’s East End in 1866, his initial evangelical work and his eventual recognition of the plight and poverty amongst homeless children in the capital. The two-act show depicts Barnardo’s first meeting with Syrie Elmslie, who eventually became his wife, and how the first Barnardo’s home for children came into being in 1867.
Children (Under 16's) £10
Thursday 13th June 7.30pm
Friday 14th June 7.30pm
Saturday 15th June 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Sunday 16th June 2.30pm
Buy your tickets by clicking on the button or call the telephone box office on 01983 295229.
CAODS is a member of NODA