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Stick Man to visit The Plowright Theatre next month

STICK MAN

From the book by Julia Donaldson with illustrations by Axel Scheffler. Playing at The Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe on Friday, 18 October

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What’s On this weekend

Find out what’s on in and around Scunthorpe.

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Theatre // The Unicorn & The Carousel Of Dreams

Starting tonight at the Plowright Theatre in Scunthorpe is the  newest production brought to you by Kimberley Performing Arts.

The talented pupils of Kimberley Performing Arts Centre are proud to present their annual show “The Unicorn and the Carousel of Dreams”! Continue reading Theatre // The Unicorn & The Carousel Of Dreams

‘OFFICIAL UK No. 1’ tribute to PHIL COLLINS

Press Release

The show at the Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe Friday April 8th at 7-30 and the Box Office number is 0844 854 2776

Talon Music Ltd’ in association with ‘And Finally Ltd’ presents The RE-LAUNCH of the ‘OFFICIAL UK No. 1’ tribute to PHIL COLLINS

‘Take a look at him now’

THE TOUR 2016

‘And Finally… Phil Collins’ are recognised throughout the industry as the market leaders and definitive Phil Collins & Genesis tribute show. Now in their eighth year together this truly amazing eleven piece band which includes the ‘And Finally Horns’ faithfully re-create all the classic hits from the Phil Collins and Genesis timeless back catalogue. In 2016, as part of their major re-launch, there are over sixty theatre dates with a brand-new show that has been truly enhanced with new lighting, stage sets and world class musicians to get even closer to that immense Phil Collins production to ensure an exciting spectacle is totally guaranteed. Continue reading ‘OFFICIAL UK No. 1’ tribute to PHIL COLLINS

Theatre // The Hospital Players – “Lucky Sods”

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.

Lucky Sods

By John Godber

Tuesday 8th – Saturday 12th September 2015

7.30 pm at The Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe

Morris and Jean never seriously expect to win the National Lottery. When they do, their lives are irredeemably changed – but for better or worse? Can money buy happiness? Is enough ever enough? John Godber addresses these questions with his customary wit and compassion in this sharply observed, brutally funny play.

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Guest Review // Pop Factor (Written by 7yr Old Lexie)

downloadThis review was written by 7 year old Lexie Wilson, who we sent with her daddy to watch the touring musical sensation “Pop Factor” at The Plowright Theatre.

29/05/2015
“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

Theatre // Spygame @ Plowright Theatre

Tue, 28 April – Sat, 2 May

The Plowright Theatre

A new TV reality show could bring stardom and a huge amount of prize money to winning contestants. To this end five hopefuls have been invited to spend five days at a remote country house where just one will be chosen to take the ultimate challenge of Spygame.

The contestants come from various walks of life and are presented with five days of rigorous tests and training to ascertain which of them will be chosen. How well will they work together? Each of the five has a secret which may count against them –unless they can hide it from the organiser.

It is soon realised that they may have to work together in order to succeed, and their ideas are not made any easier by having to deal with a Romanian servant who neither speaks nor understands English.

They rapidly begin to realise that the organiser has an agenda which differs from their own thoughts or desires. Could it be that they have been lured into a position where possibly none of them will win? Conditions in the contracts they signed are beginning to appear to be more ominous than they thought? Perhaps they should have carefully read the small print.

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