Posts Tagged ‘Theatre


St Pauls theatre group April to July 2017

St Paul’s Church Theatre Group – April to July 2017If you are interested in going to the theatre, sharing lifts and enjoying a performance together, here are our next few trips:


Thursday, 20th April at 7.00 pm National Theatre Live screened at The Lighthouse “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” with Daniel Radcliffe, Joshua McGuire and David Haig set with a backdrop of Shakespeare’s Hamlet £12/£11 conc


Wednesday, 26th April at 7.00pm at The Lighthouse National Theatre live screened “Julius Caesar” £14/£12 conc


Thursday, 27th April at 7.30pm at The Lighthouse “Sully” based on the story of a man landing a damaged plane on the Hudson river. In aid of charity £11 includes a glass of wine.


Monday, 1st May at 5.40 pm Lighthouse “Their Finest” staring Bill NIghy, Gemma Arterton and Sam Claflin in a romantic comedy, set during the blitz, inspiring America to join the war. £8.15/£6.65 conc


Wednesday, 3rd May at 7.30pm The Grand Best selling courtroom thriller staring Clive Mantle and Jack Shepherd in “The Verdict” approx. £20


Thurs, 11th May at 7.00pm The Lighthouse “Obsession” with Jude Law, a handsome down-at-heel meets a couple, falls in love and plots murder. £12/£11


Saturday, 13th May at 8pm The Crown Joules pub, Codsall Tettenhall Amateur Players in “Murder, Margaret and Me” A play about Agatha Christie and Margaret Rutherford £7


Thurs, 18th May at 7.00pm at The Lighthouse National Theatre Live screened “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolfe” by Edward Albee, staring Imelda Staunton about staff on campus at after party drinks with devastating truth telling £12/£11


Friday, 16th and 17th June 8pm 7 plays in 48 hours written in Wolverhampton £7/£5 for one night and £10/£8 for two nights.


Thursday, 20th July and Thursday, 27th July at 7.00 National Theatre Live screening “Angels in America” Part One and Part Two. £12/£11 conc set in Ronald Reagan’s 1980’s America in the midst of the AIDS crisis.


Please let me know if you are interested as soon as possible.  


Bridget Campbell 0793 6939804 01902 766416


Dates for your diary:

Friday, 13th October 7.30pm at The Grand Monty Python’s Spamalot by South Staffs Musical Theatre Company approx. £20


Sunday, 22nd Oct 7.30pm at The Grand Doreen in “The Rise of the Yam Yam” comedy queen of the Black Country – hilarious one person show approx. £20


Monday, 13th Nov at 7.30pm at The Grand “Love Letters” with Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal a romance through 50 years of letters approx. £25


Tues, 23rd Jan 2018 at 7.30 at The Grand “Hedda Gabler” National Theatre production of Ibsen’s masterpiece approx. £25


St. Paul’s Theatre Group

Our next theatre trip will be to The Arena Theatre on Thursday, 11th July at 7.30pm to see The King’s CE School production of The Odyssey. We have previously enjoyed their portrayals that include exhilarating drama, dance, art and music in this re-telling of Homer’s epic tale of Odysseus’s voyage home after the fall of Troy. We will visit strange lands, meet gods and monsters and follow Odysseus and his madcap crew on their very, very, very long journey home.
Contact Bridget Campbell if you are interested. or 0793 6939 804


St Paul’s Theatre Group

If you are interested in going to the theatre, sharing lifts and enjoying a performance together, here are our next 3 trips:
Thursday, 21st March 2013  National Theatre Live  at Lighthouse Cinema  6.45pm  Alan Bennett’s  “People”  with Francis de la Tour  People spoil things, traipse through the house, what is one to do?  Funny and touching with cranky characters.  £12/£11
Thursday, 11th April 2013   at The Grand  “Driving Miss Daisy”  7.30pm  A heart warming comedy of an unlikely friendship between a prickly southern matriarch and her chauffeur.  Pr ice will depend on seating, between £12 and £16.
Tuesday, 23rd April 2013  at The Arena   “Four Farces”  7.30pm  Duelling pistols and thwarted lovers in four one-act plays.     £9/£7
Contact Bridget Campbell for tickets,  or 0793 6939 804

National Theatre Live – Timon of Athens

Wealthy friend to the rich and powerful, patron of the arts, ostentatious host, Timon of Athens showers gifts and hospitality on the city’s elite. He vastly outspends his resources but, finding his coffers empty, reassures his loyal steward that all will be well.

When he calls upon his erstwhile associates, instead of offering help, they hang him out to dry…

Timon of Athens is one of Shakespeare’s less well-known works.  St Paul’s Theatre Group invites you to watch a screening of the London National Theatre performance LIVE in Wolverhampton at The Lighthouse on 1st November 2012, at 6.45pm.
Tickets £12, £11 concession.
See Bridget Campbell for details, or 0793 6939 804

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