Stephen Joseph Theatre
- Telephone 01723 370541
- Website www.sjt.uk.com
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The Albion Christmas Band
The Albion Christmas Band consists of three Fairport Convention alumni and singer Kellie White.
Buddy Holly & The Cricketers
Rock'n'rollercoaster of a show featuring all the timeless classics from a band who have been on the tribute trail for 24 years.
Creative Writing: Crime, Mystery, Suspense, Gothic And Ghostly Tales
Dig deep into genre conventions with tutor George Cromack and develop your own writing knowledge and the techniques to create your own suspense-laden page-turner.
Thu 8 Dec
£70 adv booking essential / 01723 370541
Hammonds Saltaire Band
Morgan Griffiths directs the band and various soloists as they perform traditional, classical, popular and show tunes.
How To Catch A Fairy: A Beginner's Guide
SJT Young Company present a magical adventure surrounding Tilly and Peter and the discovery of an old book in their loft.
- Directed by: Christopher Harper
- Written by: Torben Betts
The Original Theatre Company and The Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds present a contemporary comedy written by Torben Betts and directed by Christopher Harper, about a couple who decide to downsize and shift their middle-class London lifestyle when the recession bites hard.
Wed 22 Feb 2017
Thu 23 Feb 2017
Fri 24 Feb 2017
Character and musical comedy from the straight-talking Yorkshireman, otherwise known as Graham Fellows.
- Written by: Joe Sellman-Leava
A solo show which draws on writer-performer Joe Sellman-Leava's mixed heritage experience.
A Christmas comedy surrounding Elspeth and Arthur's 40 year wedding anniversary party written and directed by Alan Ayckbourn.
Thu 8 Dec
Open Mic Night
Show off your talents in singing, instrument playing, telling jokes and reading poetry.
Pearson & Hutch
The pairing of Luke Pearson and Jesse Hutchinson performs a wide selection of pop, soul and country covers.
Encounter Carlo Collodi's magical adaptation of the classical story of the small boy with the nose that grows retold by a local band of travelling players.