TICKETS ON SALE: Haslingfield Little Theatre’s next Hilarious Production

Tickets are now available for Haslingfield Little Theatre next production – two hilarious one-act plays, Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer and Bride before a Fall by Robert Scott.

Performances will take place at Haslingfield Village Hall on 18, 19 and 20 May at 7.45 pm, Tickets are £9 /£6 concessions for under 16s and 65+ (no concessions on Saturday) and are on sale at: and at Haslingfield Village Shop & Country Kitchen. For more details,  Read more

Poetry Evening with Haslingfield Little Theatre

Haslingfield Little Theatre are planning an informal evening of Poetry Reading on Friday 28 April at 7.30 pm in Haslingfield Village Hall. Tables will be laid in café style, nibbles will be provided and please bring your own drinks. There will be a small charge of £1 at the door to cover the cost of hiring the Hall. Everyone is invited to join us to listen to readings of a varied section of poetry.

THIS THURSDAY – Little Theatre Read-Through!

This Thursday 2 February, at 7.30 pm in Haslingfield Village Hall, we will be holding a read-through for our next production – two hilarious one-act comedies: Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer, and Bride before a Fall by Robert Scott.

To find out about what would be involved in being part of this exciting production – on-stage or back-stage – why not come along! Please click here for more details. Read more

Be part of Haslingfield Little Theatre’s New Production!

Haslingfield Little Theatre’s next production will be two hilarious one-act comedies: Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer, and Bride before a Fall by Robert Scott. We will be holding a read-through of the script on 2nd February, followed by auditions on 9th February – at Haslingfield Village Hall at 7.30 pm. Performances will take place on 18th, 19th and 20th May (tickets available in March).

If you are interested in being part of this exciting production – on-stage or back-stage – why not come along! For more details, please click here.


Haslingfield Little Theatre Youth Fund

HLT logo 2Did you know that Haslingfield Little Theatre has a Youth Fund? The purpose of the Fund is to promote the involvement of young people from 8 to 18 years old in the performing arts. The fund is open for children from Haslingfield, Harlton and those connected via Haslingfield Young Little Theatre. At present the sum available is £200. The amount awarded is at the discretion of the Haslingfield Little Theatre (HLT) Committee. For more details, please click here

Use your skills to join Little Theatre Make-up Team!

HLT logo 2Do you have any experience face-painting or applying stage make-up? Haslingfield Little Theatre are looking for someone to complete their make-up team for their forthcoming production of Peter Pan on 24, 25 and 26 November at Haslingfield Village Hall. To find out more about what would be involved, please ring Caroline a.s.a.p. on: 01223 870049 or email her at:

Peter Pan Tickets Available Now!

final-peter-pan-poster-jpgTickets are now available for Haslingfield Little Theatre’s next production: Peter Pan – the original play by JM Barrie. Performances will take place at Haslingfield Village Hall on Thursday 24 November, Friday 25 November and Saturday 26 November. Children in the audience are very welcome to dress up as their favourite Peter Pan character.

UPDATE AT 4 NOVEMBER: Matinee tickets are now SOLD OUT, and Friday evening performance – ONE TICKET LEFT in Haslingfield Village Shop. Tickets still available for Thursday and Saturday night performances.

Tickets are £9 each (concessions at £6 – no concessions Saturday evening). Please click here to buy your tickets.

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Live Theatre in Haslingfield – Tonight & Tomorrow Night (20 & 21 May)

Thank you to our incredible audience at last night’s opening night of our hilarious farce, Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor at Haslingfield Village Hall – it was an amazing evening…

There are still tickets available for the remaining two performances (20 & 21 May – 7.45 pm) at: NB Online ticket sales close at 5.45 pm, but there may be a few available on the door from 7.00 pm. Read more

On This Week – Haslingfield Little Theatre’s Hilarious Farce!

On 19, 20 & 21 May, Haslingfield Little Theatre will be performing the hilarious farce, Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor in the Village Hall. After many weeks of intense rehearsal and two weekends of set-building, the stage is looking great, the actors are all poised to go, and looking forward to welcoming you to see this brilliant comedy. To get a real flavour of the play, please click here to see some Preview Photos.

Tickets cost £9/£6 concessions (under 16s and 65+, no concessions 21 May). For more details and to buy your tickets online, please click here. Tickets also on sale in the Village Shop or Country Kitchen. For teens upwards.

Photo Preview – Haslingfield Little Theatre’s Riotous new Comedy

HLT logo 2With less than a month before opening night for Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor, the Haslingfield Little Theatre cast and production team are in full swing. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet – 19, 20, 21 May, Haslingfield Village Hall – they are available at:

For some shots of last night’s uproarious rehearsal, click Read more

TICKETS ON SALE – Haslingfield Little Theatre’s HILARIOUS COMEDY….

lend me a tenor final final versionYou can now buy your tickets for our latest play – Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor, a hilarious comedy for teens upwards, at Haslingfield Village Hall on 19, 20, 21 May.

“A furiously paced comedy…with wonderful farcical moments” Time Out, NY.
“Fills the theatre with the sound of laughter”. Sunday Express
“The most inventive, original farce in a long time.” Punch

Tickets cost £9/£6 concessions. To buy your tickets now, please click here.

Blue Skies Big Band Concert – February

WBlue Skies Big Band Photo - Feb 2016e are delighted that February’s Blue Skies Big Band Concert, hosted by Haslingfield Little Theatre, raised £1048 for the Alzheimer’s Research Fund. Thanks go to everyone who supported the evening, whilst enjoying wonderful music, and, of course, to the Blue Skies Big Band members themselves.