Sunday, 13 May 2018
New season 2018-19
Full details will be posted on our website very soon, together with audition notes, but in the meantime, here is a brief precis of the 2018-19 season at the Sewell Barn.
11-20 October 2018
Handbagged by Moira Buffini
Dir: Clare Williamson
22 November-01 December 2018
Not About Heroes by Stephen MacDonald
Dir: Rob Tiffen
10-19 January 2019
These Shining Lives by Melanie Marnich
Dir: Jess Hutchings
21 February-02 March 2019
Confusions by Alan Ayckbourn
Dir: Angela Rowe
28 March 2019-06 April 2019
Faustus by Christopher Marlowe
Dir: Chris Bealey
02-11 May 2019
The Children by Lucy Kirkwood
Dir: Peter Wood
06-15 June 2019
Yerma by Federico Garcia Lorca
Dir: Phillip Rowe
11-20 July 2019
Waiting in the Wings by Noel Coward
Dir: Cassie Tillett
In addition, we are delighted to host two special evenings 'for one night only':
25 October 2018
Broad Horizons Theatre Company presents
Rebellious Sisterhood - Votes for Women
9 March 2019
Paddle Fast presents
Music at the Barn
We hope you agree that it's an exciting and varied season, encompassing the familiar and the unknown, the merry and the tragic, the classical and the contemporary, casts large and small, and with performing opportunities for a very wide age range.
If you would like to volunteer to support the theatre in any way - backstage, front of house, stage design and construction, technical, costumes, rehearsal prompts or administration - please do contact us on admin@sewellbarnorg.
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