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September 14th - 'Music Live at the Phoenix' concert
Featuring the Duncan McFarlane acoustic trio. The band comprises Anne Brivonese on fiddle and vocal harmonies, Duncan McFarlane on guitar and vocal and Steve Fairholme on Melodeon and vocal harmonies.

The evening will be hosted by 'Change for Two Tenors.'

Start time 7.30 with doors open at 6.45 for pre-concert refreshment and chat. Tickets £8 can be obtained or reserved by contacting Barrie by Phone 01302 770992 or email.

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October 13th - Let Sleeping Bags Lie - by Claire Spratt.

A touring Play by Planet Rabbit Productions.
After 47 years married to his beloved June, widower Ron has a new lady friend. What better way to win her heart than to take her camping with his son. Not one for change, son Simon isn't accepting of Ron's new love interest. To him she's loud, offensive and knows too many mucky jokes. And she isn't June.
£10 full price/£8.50 concession from & 07986 122300


November 18th-25th - ‘Silhouette’ by Simon Brett.
Detective Inspector Bruton questions actress Celia Wallis about the murder of her husband Martin. Celia is quite obviously in the clear, but Neville Smallwood, the drunken journalist sleeping in her bed, is an extremely shady character who argued with Martin not long before the murder. So the solution to the initial puzzle seems simple... but no-one, not even the figure silhouetted eerily against the front door, is all that he or she seems!

February 24th - March 3rd 2018 - ‘Dangerous Corner’ by J.B. Priestley
Set in the 1930’s this is a fascinating combination of mystery play and psychological study. It shows how the gradual revelation of the truth about a murdered man disrupts his family and friends and shows them up for the rotters they are.

May 12th - 19th May 2018 - ‘The Safari Party’ by Tim Firth
A comedy by the writer of ‘Neville’s island’ which we successfully produced in 2016. Three households have agreed to hold a 'safari party' - a dinner party, with each course served in a different house. The hors d'oeuvres are served by Daniel and Adam, young brothers whose abusive father was recently shot dead, the entrées by Lol and Esther, upwardly-mobile and vulgar, and the desserts by Inga, a seemingly benign antiques dealer. However: there's the question of the table…

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Tickets for our own in-house productions are available four weeks before performance night from the Bawtry Community Library or by telephoning the Theatre Box Office answerphone service on 01302 710825.

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