Our Autumn production will be “Through the Looking Glass” by Chris Blackwood and Piers Chater Robinson, the team responsible for the wonderful “A Christmas Carol the Musical”
This is another fabulous Musical Production, and promises to be another Barton Players Classic. Directed by Kirsty Badham, we will be performing the show six times during the October half term at the Village Hall.
We will hold the first readthrough tonight (19th March) at the Village Hall at 8.00pm
Audition dates to follow
For those members who know Margaret and Neil Davis it is with great sadness that we have to tell you that Neil lost his fight with cancer and died this week surrounded by his family .
Margaret and Neil have been a source of huge energy and inspiration to Barton Players since they moved to the village 20 years ago, as well as great personal friends to many of us.
Neil was a familiar face at Summer School when the whole family were involved, greeting everyone each morning, and he took part in many plays, supporting Margaret when she was busy directing musicals and pantomimes. They have always been a powerful team and Neil will be sadly missed. Our thoughts are with Margaret and the rest of the family.
For those who wish to attend the funeral it will be at Barton Methodist Church at 2pm on Monday 9th December. Please use Barton Rovers car park rather than parking in Sharpenhoe Road. Jo has sent a card on behalf of Barton Players but for anyone who wishes to send their own, please contact Debbie if you do not have Margaret’s address.
Online booking is now closed for this afternoon’s Matinee performance. There is still good availability for this performance on the door, but this evening is very limited, and tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
There are a limited amount of tickets available for Calendar Girls on the door tonight, and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Online bookings for tonight’s performance are now closed. Tickets will be available on the door tonight.
Our run opens tonight at Barton Village Hall, for this beautiful play that will make you laugh and cry in equal measures.
Tim Firth’s modern classic tells the true story of a Women’s Institute’s charity Calendar that becomes a worldwide hit!
Tickets are selling fast, so book now to avoid disappointment. This will be one of you last chances to see this show before the amateur performing rights are withdrawn.
All performances are at 7.45pm with doors opening at 7.00pm other than the matinee on Saturday, which will be curtain up at 1.00pm, door opening at mid day.
Full price tickets are only £9.00 with concessions available for just £7.00
You can book online up to three hours before each performance.