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Comedian Phill Jupitus is to visit Scunthorpe later this year. Continue reading Phill Jupitus // The Plowright Theatre
From the moment the curtain opens on The Hospital Player’s 215th production, “Caught in the Net”, the laughter begins and, apart from the interval, it continues until the end. This Ray Cooney farce, first performed 17 years ago still retains it’s ability to amuse and entertain when performed so ably by this locally renowned theatrical troupe. Continue reading Theatre Review// The Hospital Player 215th Production
Scunthorpe Little Theatre Club at The Plowright Theatre
Scunthorpe Little Theatre Club will perform Accidental Death of an Anarchist from 2-6 May.
I went along to the Plowright theatre on Saturday night to watch comedian Miles Jupp, who has previously appeared on many TV comedy shows, one being Live At The Apollo.
It was a full house for the comedian with every seat filled with a few late comers causing people to rise from their seats, which was a little distracting at first.
This show takes place at The Plowright Theatre
Ticket are priced £8 each and £7 concessions. Booking fee may apply.
Milly and Josh go on a journey with Esmerelda a toy unicorn through the carousel of dreams, an entertaining show filled with song and dance where Esmerelda discovers her strength and determination. Suitable for all ages and sure to entertain.
WHAT’S ON 18TH-20TH MARCH 2016
Local media give you 9 things to do in Scunthorpe this weekend, most of them aren’t in Scunthorpe! So here are 11 things we picked out of our calendar in Scunthorpe and A few out of Scunthorpe after that. For more events and gigs see the What’s On page for the live calendar.
Child and family friendly (FAMILY EVENT)
Adult/Gig (MUSIC EVENT)
The Hospital Players are a local amateur dramatic society. They put on great shows usually with a lot of laughs along the way. So why not check out their latest show. You can also read previous HP show reviews here.
By John Godber
Tuesday 8th – Saturday 12th September 2015
7.30 pm at The Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe
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“The singing was very good and my favourite song was One Direction.
The bad thing was a very bright light and it hurt my eyes.
I sang all of the songs but there was only one I did not know so I didn’t sing to that one. My Dad sang some songs with me too.
A man showed us where we were sitting and the lasers were really cool in the smoke.
The dancers and singers all came off the stage and danced and sang next to us, it was exciting.
They were called Ellie Self, Conner Down, Lori-Suzanne and Karmelle, Charlie Royce And Sinead Mathius. My favourite one was Ellie Self. I like the sparkly pink trousers and sparkly shoes. Ellie was wearing the best costume but the costumes were all really fun.
If you get a programme then at the end all of the dancers sign their names in the book and ask you your favourite song and if you liked the show.
Have a nice time if you go next year, what will you think is good or bad and what songs will you like? What will you feel like if you do go and if you do go I hope you have a nice time like me.”
Many thanks to Lexie and her dad for reviewing the show.
Review written By Lexie Wilson Age 7