Cheshire Cats by Gail Young

Cheshire Cats by Gail Young

Directed by Marion Millinger

Tuesday 15th to Saturday 19th November at 7.30 pm

Tickets: Adults £15, Children/Students £12

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“Cheshire Cats” follows the antics of a group of friends as they aim to stride across the capital in record time in their decorated bras and posh new trainers, but the problem is that one of the team doesn’t seem to meet the physical criteria!

This London Moonwalk adventure is a cross between a girl’s night out and a real mission to support a cause so close to many hearts, with plenty of laughs and a few tears along the way. “Cheshire Cats is a truly comic homage to walkers, marshals and organisers of charity walks everywhere.

This amateur production of “Cheshire Cats” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd.


Surrey Magicians Present an Evening of Magic

The Surrey Magicians Present :

An Evening of Close-Up and Stage Magic

Friday 21st October at 7.30 pm

Tickets: Adults £12, Children/Students £10

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Prepare to be amazed! The evening will comprise a first half where you will be seated at a table and the magicians will move between the tables so you can see the magic “Close Up”. The second half will be traditional Stage Magic with the magicians on stage and the audience in the auditorium.


Blithe Spirit By Noel Coward

Blithe Spirit By Noel Coward

Directed By Murray Stephen

Tuesday 27th Sept to Saturday 1st Oct 2022 at 7.30 pm

Tickets: Adults £14 , Children/Students £10


This comedy sees Charles Condomine, a novelist, wanting to learn about the occult for a new book. He arranges for a medium to hold a seance at his house.. The scheme backfires when he is haunted by the ghost of his annoying and temperamental first wife Elvira after the seance. Elvira tries to disrupt Charles’s marriage to the straight laced Ruth who cannot see or hear the ghost. Chaos ensues! The medium , Madame Acarti, is called back to try and exorcise the ghost. Will Charles be left in peace with no further ghostly visits……?

This amateur production of “Blithe Spirit” is produced by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd.

Play In A Week 2022: The Time Thief

The Nomads present Play In A Week :

The Time Thief by Josh Sadler

Directed by Brandon McGuire

Saturday 30th July at 7.30 pm and Sunday 31st July at 2.30 pm

Tickets: Adults £14, Children/Students £10

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This is the annual week-long project for adults with physical and/or learning disabilities. A separate play is commissioned every year with enough parts to suit every individual wishing to participate, a huge task with at least 40 performers!

Pirates of the Curry Bean

The Nomes Youth Theatre are proud to present

Pirates of the Curry Bean by Craig Hawes

Directed by Samantha Swanborough

Saturday 2nd July and Sunday 3rd July at 2.30pm, Tickets £10 adults, £6 children

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This is a swashbuckling adventure on the high seas with our heroes in pursuit of treasure. With colourful characters, sparkling songs this show is dripping with piratical style

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomens’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of Macbeth

Tuesday 17th-Saturday 21st May at 7.30 pm; The Nomads present an amazing comedy:

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of MACBETH

By David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jnr

Directed by Elaine Burns

Tickets: Adults £14 Students £10


6 ladies of the Guild bravely or foolishly attempt Macbeth. Mrs Reece, Thelma and 4 other ladies of a mixed age range play all the best parts! Henry the Stage Manager is forced to take over as Lady Macbeth and an increasingly angry producer plays Macbeth for several Pages. All of the fun and tricks we expect from a Farndale Production If you like “The Play That Goes Wrong ” you will love this!

Ember Big Band present: Fine Women and Song

World Premiere

Ember Big Band Present : Fine Women and Song

Saturday 7th May 7.30 pm

Tickets Adults £14, Children/Students £10

This amazing evening tells the story of of the world’s greatest female performers, musicians, composers and lyricists. You will hear some brilliant music and learn some amazing facts. The last time the band visited the theatre they sold out!

Sold Out: Horsley Live Music Club Present: Counterfeit Beatles

SOLD OUT :Horsley Live Music Club Present: Counterfeit Beatles

Friday 25th March at 8.00pm

Tickets £17.50

Described as ‘the UK’s most authentic and entertaining Beatles tribute band’, the Counterfeit Beatles were formed 20 years ago today.

Since then, the band has performed more than 1,000 times at festivals, theatres and TV shows in the UK, Europe, India, Japan and South Korea.

In a two-hour show, complete with costume changes, the Counterfeit Beatles re-create the magic of the world’s most famous band. Get your ticket to ride now – the Counterfeit Beatles are as close to the real thing as you are ever likely to get.

TOP FLIGHT Productions present : “Choice Grenfell”

TOP FLIGHT Productions present:

“Choice Grenfell”

Friday 11th-Saturday 12th March at 7.30 pm

Tickets: Adults £15 Students £10

This show celebrates the life of Joyce Grenfell and provides a unique view into her life through the eyes of her much respected friend and musical director William Blezard


Alice In Wonderland

Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

23rd-27th November 2021

Adapted and Directed by Graham Botterill

Tickets: adults £16, children/students £10.

The Nomad Theatre proudly presents a celebration of Mr Lewis Carroll’s enchanting fantasy – a splendid time is guaranteed for all!

Join us for our family-friendly adaptation of the classic story of Alice, a little girl who falls down a rabbit hole one summer afternoon. On her journey into Wonderland, she’ll meet many new friends, and see some extraordinary sights.

This production is brought to you by the NODA award-winning team who produced A Christmas Carol in 2019.


Living Together

Living Together by Alan Ayckbourn

14-18th September 2021 at 7:30 pm

Tickets: adults £14, students £10.

Directed by Danny Sparkes

Living Together is the middle play of the ‘Norman Conquests’ by Alan Ayckbourn. Fortunately, each play can be performed independently, although the action takes place over one weekend among the same group of related people.

A common factor is Norman’s inadequate attempts to ‘seduce’ his sister-in-law and brother-in-law’s wife, whilst keeping his own wife happy! This is a comedy that shows just what happens when families misunderstand what is happening under their noses!! The common theme is Norman’s assertion – “but I love you!”

A double-bill: Two Sisters & Dead Man Quotes

A double-bill: 27-31 July 2021 at 8pm

Tickets: adults £12, students £10.

Two Sisters by Caroline Harding

Directed by Moyra Brookes

Sisters Anya and Sonia are goaded into remembering things they’d rather forget, upon discovering an empty coffin in Anya’s lodgings. Twenty-five years before, they both fell in love with the same man. The coffin prompts Anya to tell how, before he died, she tried to protect Sonia from discovering the truth about André…

This production of Two Sisters is an amateur production by arrangement with Stagescripts Ltd.

Dead Man Quotes by Daniel Shepherd

Directed by Daniel Shepherd

Daniel saw this play write itself in a pile of old takeaway menus and unpaid bills. How would you describe a person’s life, a stranger’s, when all you saw of them was their preference for fast food and the cost of heating? Dead Man Quotes is a dark comedy, exploring who we are and what we leave behind; whether it’s razz mags, menus or broken gnomes.

Book online now – BOX OFFICE – or call 01483 284747.

All That Glisters – The Nomes

A show by The Nomes

All That Glisters

10th & 11th July 2021 at 3:30pm

Tickets: Adults £6, Children/Students £4

During the Spring Term, we conducted classes online and we’re working together on creating our brand new summer show: ‘All that Glisters’ or Shakespeare meets Hollywood!

The show mixes plots and characters from Shakespeare’s plays with late 20th century stereotypes and Hollywood movie glamour. The characters all dream of movie industry fame and winning gold. Imagine Juliet as a movie starlet, Prospero as a  producer, Caliban as a director, Romeo as a stuntman and the Fairies as an award-winning pop group!

To realise their dreams they journey through storm and peril to Hollywoodland. A fun-packed and original piece of family theatre…


Written and Directed by Sammy Swanborough & Matt Findlay

Devised with The Nomes students

Production Manager: Jackie Shearer

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

A Christmas Carol

By Charles Dickens

Adapted and Directed by Graham Botterill

Tuesday 11th to Saturday 15th December at 7.30pm, matinee on Saturday at 2.30pm

Tickets: adults £16, children/students £10 (£12 for adults on the 11th)

Box office: 01483 284747 or Book Online

The famous tale of Ebenezer Scrooge’s journey from miserable miser to generous benefactor, has been a popular feature of Christmas since it was published in 1843. Scrooge’s redemption is prompted by the visitation of a succession of spirits. By turns exciting, terrifying, amusing and always moving; this story is a wonderful prelude to Christmas.

The Chalk Garden by Enid Bagnold

The Chalk Garden

By Enid Bagnold

Directed by Murray Stephens

Tuesday 13th to Saturday 17th November at 7.45pm in the studio

Tickets: adults £12, children/students £10

A troubled teenage girl lives with her eccentric grandmother, Mrs. St. Maugham, in a big house in Sussex, with a Chalk Garden. When a new governess is hired, partly to keep Laurel’s mother from taking her back, the brittle calm of the household is shaken. Miss Madrigal has no past, and no references; but when Mrs. St Maugham’s old friend the Judge comes to lunch, secrets are revealed and illusions destroyed.

Enid Bagnold’s 1955 play deals with issues that are as relevant now as they were in the 50’s, renewing and rebuilding lives, and above all the need for love, and the need to move on.

It was first performed on Broadway, in 1955. It opened in London in 1956 with Edith Evans and Peggy Ashcroft, and was the most successful play that year, eclipsing both “Look Back in Anger” and “The Deep Blue Sea”. It won numerous awards in Britain and on Broadway, including rave reviews from Kenneth Tynan. It has been revived regularly. There was a run at the Donmar Theatre in 2008, with Margaret Tyzack (her last play) Penelope Wilton and Felicity Jones in her breakthrough role, and it is running at Chichester this year with Penelope Keith. It was also filmed in 1964 starring Edith
Evans, Deborah Carr, Hayley Mills and John Mills.