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Nell Gwynn

Nell Gwynn

Winner of the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy in 2016, Nell Gwynn is a love letter to the theatre. Set in London in 1660. Charles II has granted permission for women to act and Nell joins the male dominated King’s Company.


The play charts the rise of the eponymous orange seller from her roots in Coal Yard Alley to her success as Britain’s most celebrated actress who wins the adoration of the public and the heart of the King.


Nell is a likeable opportunist, fascinating and sexy, hard driven yet ultimately a victim of love. Nell is surrounded by a cast of equally colourful characters – who with sparkling dialogue, songs and dance, make the whole play a raunchy, warmhearted and celebratory experience.

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Wednesday 11 Jul 201819:30 Book Now
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Princess, Frog & Big Nosed Prince

Princess, Frog &  Big Nosed Prince

Endearing, heartwarming and funny: This brand new fairytale needs YOU to help find the happy ending!


Act One make their debut performance on the mainstage in this fun, family friendly production which is sure to amuse both parents and children alike. Journey with us through story land as we endeavour to lift an evil curse and find the happy ending. Starring all your favourite storybook friends, this is an adventure not to be missed!


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Tuesday 24 Jul 201819:00 Book Now
Wednesday 25 Jul 201819:00 Book Now

Dinner with Friends

Dinner with Friends

A witty  portrayal  of  marriage  and  friendship.  Filled    with  warmth, insight  and  wisdom  and  a  effortless  ability  to  write  the truest  of  dialogue  Margulies  portrays    a  married  couple  watching  their closest  of  friends,  who  they  introduced  to  each  other,  go  through  a  heart  wrenching  break  up.    In  attempting  to  help  they  begin  to  question  their  own  relationship  with  each other.   Will  the  marriages  and  the  friendships  survive?  This  critically  acclaimed  play  was  awarded  one  of  the  most  prestigious  distinctions  in  theatre,  The  Pulitzer  Price  for  Drama. The  play received  its  UK  premiere  at  The  Hampstead  Theatre,  London  in 2001  and  this  production  at  the  Loft  will  be  the  UK Amateur  Premiere.

Book Tickets

Wednesday 26 Sep 201819:30 Book Now
Thursday 27 Sep 201819:30 Book Now
Friday 28 Sep 201819:30 Book Now
Saturday 29 Sep 201819:30 Book Now
Sunday 30 Sep 201817:00 Book Now
Tuesday 2 Oct 201819:30 Book Now
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Saturday 6 Oct 201819:30 Book Now

Anthem

Anthem

Anthem for Doomed Youth

Based on the poems of Wilfred Owen,

Devised and directed by  David Fletcher


An anthology of the poems of the incomparable Wilfred Owen, plus some other writing from the period. The poems have been arranged to tell the story of the war from the enthusiastic send-off, through battles to the ‘drawing down of blinds’. These brilliant poems will be delivered in dramatic settings, some spoken by soldiers and some by the women who observe them, with songs and hymns from the war.


Book Tickets

Sunday 7 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
Thursday 11 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
Friday 12 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
Saturday 13 Oct 201817:30 Book Now
Sunday 14 Oct 201817:30 Book Now
Tuesday 16 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
Thursday 18 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
Saturday 20 Oct 201820:00 Book Now

The Silence

The Silence

The Silence

The UK Premiere of a new play by David Fletcher,

Directed by Sue Moore


The premiere of a new play by the writer of The Ballad of Lady Bessy, which was a sell-out in the Loft Studio last November. It will be directed by the Loft’s Artistic Director, Sue Moore. A soldier returns from the Falklands to a military hospital in the UK. He is not physically hurt, but he does not speak. A counsellor is engaged to help him emerge from his silence. Eventually, the full horrors of the soldier’s experiences come to light. Powerful and moving and loosely based on a real-life case.

Book Tickets

Tuesday 9 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
Wednesday 10 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
Saturday 13 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
Sunday 14 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
Wednesday 17 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
Friday 19 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
Saturday 20 Oct 201817:30 Book Now

Lurking in the Loft

Lurking in the Loft

Dare you come to Leamington's premiere live Hallowe'en Haunt?

A themed piece of promenade theatre that takes guests on a mysterious and terrifying "backstage tour", during which they discover the theatre has a brutal and deadly past from which they may never escape.  Bring a friend to cling on to!


Devised and Directed by Elizabeth Morris

The event lasts about half an hour.


AGE GUIDANCE We recommend that this production is not suitable for under 12s.


Please check the time on your ticket.  You will not be admitted to the theatre foyer until ten minutes before your performance is due to commence.  The Bar will be open after your performance.

Book Tickets

Saturday 27 Oct 201819:00 Book Now
Saturday 27 Oct 201819:20 Book Now
Saturday 27 Oct 201819:40 Book Now
Saturday 27 Oct 201820:00 Book Now
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Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night

This  most  delicious  of  Shakespeare’s  comedies  portrays  mistaken  identities,  bewildering  desires,  practical  jokes,  and  ribald  revelry.  Twelfth  Night,  written  as  a  Christmas entertainment,  is  a  tale  of  unrequited  love  –both  comic  and  heartbreaking.  Twins  are  separated  in  a  shipwreck,  and  forced  to  fend  for  themselves  in  a  strange  land.  The  first  twin,  Viola, falls  in  love  with  Orsino,  who  dotes  on  OIivia,  who  falls  for  Viola  but  is  idolised  by  Malvolio.  Enter  Sebastian,  who  is  the spitting  image  of  his  twin  sister...and  confusion  reigns.

Book Tickets

Wednesday 5 Dec 201819:30 Book Now
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Sunday 9 Dec 201817:00 Book Now
Tuesday 11 Dec 201819:30 Book Now
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Saturday 15 Dec 201819:30 Book Now

Skylight

Skylight

Skylight  is  a  complex,  thought-provoking,  funny  and  remarkably timeless  play  about  power,  politics,  and  passion.  On  a  chilly  night  in  East  London,  schoolteacher  Kyra  Hollis  receives  an  unexpected  visit  first  from  Edward  Sergeant  and  then  his  father Tom  Sergeant,  Kyra’s  one-time  boss  and  long-time  lover.  After  the  painful,  and  unresolved,  dissolution  of  Tom  and  Kyra’s  relationship,  the  pair  have  pulled  away  from  each  other  physically,  emotionally,  and  ideologically,  as  Tom  continues  to  focus  on  his  business  life  and  Kyra  puts  all  her  energy  into  teaching  in  an  East  End  School.  There  is  a  bruising  emotional truth  in  the  writing,  and  an  exhilarating  mixture  of  wit  and  anger  as  these  two  wounded  stubborn  creatures  rake  over  the ashes  of  their  past.

Book Tickets

Wednesday 23 Jan 201919:30 Book Now
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