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Last chance to see Loveplay plus Madness Musical and India Gate

Last chance to see Moira Buffini's Loveplay


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Tickets are now on sale for a limited run of just eight performances ending on 2 April of Loveplay the contemporary play set in one location, but spanning 2,000 years - from Roman times to the present day. Seductions and sexual encounters take us through ten scenes where people come together, sometimes willingly, sometimes not, in the ongoing search for romantic love and physical pleasure. It will be performed by The Questors Student Group, marking 75 years since the course was first founded.

Written by Olivier award-winning playwright and screenwriter Moira Buffini (Silence, The Dig), it was first performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company at The Pit Theatre, 2001. The Questors Theatre bring you a revival of this play, performed by a company of young actors, set against a design that aims to transport you from Renaissance times to modern day online dating.

The play last two hours and tickets are £12 or £10 for members or concessions.

Book tickets for Love Play

For one night only Party, Party, Party! is being performed on 31 March in the Judi Dench Playhouse at 7:45 pm.

Cindy, Gabriella, Richard, Dottie and Jemima have been close friends since early childhood. They welcome you to join them at the parties they attend throughout their lives. The company of 6 performers showcase a blend of classical ballet and musical theatre dancing.

Tickets are £20 for adults and £15 for concessions.

Our House! The Madness Musical
Our House! The Madness Musical

The feel-good, award-winning Madness musical, Our House is being performed by the HEOS Musical Theatre Society in the Judi Dench Playhouse from 6-9 April.

From, Tim Firth, the writer of Calendar Girls and Kinky Boots and set to a score of Madness hits including It Must Be Love, Driving in my Car, Baggy Trousers and Our House, the production runs for two hours and 15 minutes including intervals.

Tickets are £18 or £15 for concessions,

India Gate tells of the construction of the All India War Memorial
India Gate tells of the construction of the All India War Memorial

India Gate is a joint production from The Questors & Punjabi Theatre Academy which is being performed in the Judi Dench Playhouse from 30 April to 7 May.

Written by Howard Shepherdson, in collaboration with Tajinder Sindra, this new play follows the journey of Edwin and Emily Lutyens and their connection with the Indian community in London and Delhi during the construction of the All India War Memorial (India Gate). Their story is interwoven with that of the Sikh Martyr Udham Singh, whose fight for India's independence from the British Raj began in 1919 in Amritsar.

Rupa Huq MP highly recommended the play saying, "This thought-provoking production is beautifully staged and acted. It's one of those plays that leaves you wondering and googling long after it’s finished as the events stay with you. “

India Gate will begin its tour at The Questors Theatre, before going to theatres across the UK and to India.

Tickets are priced from £14-18 depending on date of performance with concessions available as well as discounts for members and students.

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March 31, 2022

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