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Paula’s Pick of the Theatre!

By Paula Walker The Sharnbrook Mill Theatre  The Ladykillers Monday 13 to Saturday 18 March at 7.30pm Tickets: £7 to £11 With a brand new sparkling script (adapted from the celebrated Ealing film by Father Ted writer, Graham Lineman), The Ladykillers is a black comedy, in which a band of hapless criminals face their worst…

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Game for a Laugh?

The Quarry Theatre Comedy Festival runs from 31st March – 1st April and has something for every sense of humour. Here’s a selection of what you can see. Full programme available to download from quarrytheatre.org.uk The Cutlery Crew present: Banging Fun Stuff Friday 31 March at 7pm Tickets: £10 (Concessions £9) Age guidance: 13+ The…

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Love live theatre? So do we!  Here’s Paula Walker’s pick of February’s best shows:

The Place Theatre – www.theplacebedford.org.uk Highlights from their February schedule include;  Rhodri Miles presents Burton Friday 10 February  at 7:30pm Burton vividly presents the life of the great Welsh actor in his own words, from humble beginnings to Hollywood mega-stardom. Beautiful women (not least, Liz Taylor), alcohol, wealth, stage and screen are the threads woven into this…

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‘A Christmas Carol’ at Bedford Central Library

2 – 3.30pm, 3rd December Adults £6 – Concessions/Children/Students £3 Community theatre group Librarian Theatre returns to Bedford Central Library this winter with a new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic story A Christmas Carol; using puppetry and audience interaction to bring the timeless tale to life. The production re-imagines the character of Ebenezer Scrooge, who is visited by ghosts of…

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Clanger interview: Tape Face

Stand-up comedy with no talking, drama with no acting and punch lines with no words. Four years ago, the Boy with Tape on his Face (aka Sam Willis), performed at Bedford School Theatre.  Theatre Manger, James Pharaoh, always gives us his top tips, and in 2012, he was singing Tape Face’s praises. Of course we arranged…

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Clanger review: Dare Devil Rides To Jarama

By Stephen Roffe Neil Gore’s new play, tells the true story of two unlikely friends who volunteered to join the International Brigades during the Spanish Civil War.    The play was commissioned by the International Brigades Memorial Trust and has been developed by Townsend Productions at the Place Theatre in Bedford. Daredevil Rides to Jarama is…

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