This September Sleaford Litte Theatre brings you a story with twists and turns, leaving you guessing until the very last speech of the play.
Have you received the February edition of the Sleaford Marketplace Magazine?
Well, it is stated that there are two events taking place at the Playhouse. "Burton" on 25th February and "Sinfonia Viva" on 5th March.
Pennyless in concert at Sleaford Little Theatre, Friday 5th May 2017
Show starts 7.30pm doors at 7pm, BAR, Tickets £10
Since their appearance here last year Pennyless have released album number 5, entitled “In the Park”: “gorgeously quirky stuff…essential and eccentric folk rock at it’s best” Fatea magazine
Hambledon Productions first made their mark on the Sleaford Playhouse back in 2013 with a stunning performance of the well known Educating Rita.
Tonight (2nd December) is opening night of Sleaford Little Theatre's production of Treasure Island. With this etched on our minds, it isn't stopping them looking forward to their next production.
Laying the Ghost is a comedy by Simon Williams.
We are very pleased to be able to announce that starting from today (Friday 1st July) our new Box Office is pet shop, Animal Magic on Westgate in Sleaford.
First impressions count, don't they? Well, this is why we are looking for someone with the relevant expertise who would be interested in helping us to redesign our bar, toilets and create a new ticket office that isn't a cupboard beside the door.
We are keen to make the best possible use of the limited space and improve the ease of moving through the foyer.
We are sad to announce that as of Monday 25th April, Chattertons Solicitors will no longer be our Box Office.
Local duo, Winter Wilson, don't often perform locally but with their latest album due for launch in March this year they were keen to play a local venue.
Winter Wilson's new album, 'Ashes & Dust' will see them tour not only the UK but for the first time they will be visiting Germany and Ireland.
Sleaford Little Theatre's first production of 2016 is already in rehearsals and be performed at the Playhouse in April. Based on the Ealing comedy film of the same name and more recently adapted by Graham Linehan (Father Ted) tells the classic black comedy tale of a sweet little old lady, alone in her house, pitted against a gang of criminal misfits who will stop at nothing.