On Thursday, 17th, Friday 18th and Saturday 19th May, Haslingfield Little Theatre are performing The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde – a timeless, light-hearted play of aristocratic manners and high society. Read more
Regrettably, The Little Theatre Poetry Evening, due to take place on Friday 23 March at Haslingfield Village Hall, has been cancelled. We would be grateful if you could pass this message on to anyone you know who was planning to attend. Many thanks.
We will be holding another evening of poetry readings on Friday 23 March at 8.00 p.m. in Haslingfield Village Hall. Poems of all kinds – funny and sad, short and long, old and new – will be included in this informal evening. Read more
Our Spring Production is Oscar Wilde’s witty and delightful comedy: The Importance of Being Earnest. If you are interested in being part of this production – on-stage or back-stage, you are very welcome to come to the Auditions, as follows: Read more
THIS WEEK on Thursday, 24th, Friday 25th and Saturday 26th November, Haslingfield Little Theatre are performing Beauty and the Beast in the Village Hall. It is the culmination of many weeks of rehearsing, costume-making, set-building, prop organising and much more…. Read more
On 24, 25 and 26 November, we will be performing our pantomime, Beauty and the Beast in Haslingfield Village Hall. If you’ve not bought your tickets yet, there are still some available from Haslingfield Village Shop, The Little Rose Pub, or on: 01223 871490. Read more
Once again, we are delighted to collaborate with South Cambridgeshire’s ACT (Arts in Cambridge on Tour) to bring “Back to the Land Girls” by Bad Apple Theatre Company to Haslingfield Village Hall at 7.45 p.m. this Friday 14 October. Read more
Would you like to be involved in our November pantomime – Beauty & the Beast?
If so, why not come along to Haslingfield Village Hall at 7.30 p.m. on Monday 25 July when we will be reading through the script, and/or Thursday 28 July, when we will be holding the auditions – same time and place. Read more
Last month, Haslingfield Little Theatre performed Two Coarse Plays: Southanger Park (a period romance) and Trapped (a thriller). Coarse acting is a send-up of bad amateur dramatics, when the cast “try their best” to put on a successful show – it’s just that everything keeps going wrong. Read more
In March, the annual South Cambridgeshire Arts Awards took place. Haslingfield Little Theatre won the award for Contribution to Village Life for our plays, social events, Young Little Theatre, Youth Fund and Arts on Tour in Cambs, as well as our fund-raising several years ago for the Village Hall extension, which continues to be an extremely useful village facility. Read more
Haslingfield Little Theatre is delighted to be supporting several youth members of the drama group in a performance of their Totally Improvised Musical on Friday, 1 April at 7.30 p.m. at Haslingfield Village Hall. Read more
Haslingfield Little Theatre will be displaying 21 years of show photos at the History of Haslingfield Weekend Exhibition on 12/13 March from 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. in Haslingfield Village Hall. Do come along and see if you can spot someone you know!
Advance tickets will also be available for our next production on 20 & 21 May, which includes a two-course meal. Read more
This Monday 7 February, at 8.00 p.m. in Haslingfield Village Hall, we will be reading through the script for our May Production – two very funny short plays, which are comic spoofs of well-known play types, in which anything that can go wrong does go wrong!
If you’ve ever felt like taking the acting plunge, this could be your chance to take on a small but great fun challenge! Read more
On 20 & 21 May, Haslingfield Little Theatre will be performing their Spring Production: Two Coarse Plays with a Two Course Meal. The two hilarious plays are:
Trapped, which is based on a country house thriller
Pride at Southanger Park, a romance set in Regency times
And, of course, in true coarse acting spirit, everything that can go wrong does go wrong within both plays!
Tickets are now on sale at Haslingfield Village Shop and the Little Rose pub. They cost £12, and include a two-course meal. The audience will be grouped around tables of 8 people, so you can either buy tickets for yourselves, or why not gather together some friends and book a whole table for what promises to be a very entertaining evening!