The true story of friendship between world renowned town planner Walter Bor and his best friend, and world famous actor, Herbert Lom.
Their journey from Nazi occupied Prague is told by award winning comedian Joe Bor.
WHY? ‘Bor offers a gentle, humorous meditation on friendship, family and the Jewish experience in the 20th century’ Three Weeks
£14 (£12 conc)
James McAvoy (X-Men, Atonement) returns to the stage in an inventive new adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac. Fierce with a pen and notorious in combat, Cyrano almost has it all - if only he could win the heart of his true love Roxane.
WHY? Edmond Rostand’s masterwork is adapted by Martin Crimp
'James McAvoy stuns in a piece of pure theatre' ★★★★★ Evening Standard
Read the full review here.
An inspiring play based on real stories exploring the impact of going to and returning from war on the families of the armed forces.
It is the result of over a hundred interviews with soldiers and soldiers’ wives. The drama is interlaced with a live, true account from military wife Sam Campbell-Coombe.
WHY? A story of resilience, of hope, of change – of what it’s like when the man you love is going to war and might not come back
£14 (£12 RBWM Advantage Card)
Advantage Card holder tickets can be booked online using the code ADVANTAGE and entering you advantage card number when prompted.
Age guidance 14+ years
Contains strong language and scenes that some audience may find upsetting.
Please speak to Box Office for more information about potential triggers.
The host of Channel 4’s Whose Line Is It Anyway, BBC Radio 4’s Loose Ends and Clive Anderson Talks Back takes to the road.
His much anticipated first ever solo tour, in a one-man show is guaranteed to be funnier than Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy.
WHY? ‘An assured and entertaining show’ ★★★★ The Times
A new play adapted from the works of P G Wodehouse
Written by the Goodale Brothers
Take your seats with caution!
Aristocratic buffoon Bertie Wooster has hired the theatre for the night to present his one man show detailing a recent and rather spontaneous series of misadventures, including the theft of a novelty cow creamer and a narrow escape from unwanted matrimony.
The only trouble is Bertie hasn't worked out who's going to play the parts. Will the show be a disaster? Will the scenery stay upright? Or will his trusty manservant Jeeves step in and save the day?
'I have to say I’m finding this acting business rather easy Jeeves! Apart from having to do a newt impression, I think that went tremendously well.'
In a joyous reimagining of the classic P G Wodehouse characters, three actors hurl themselves from role to role as they race to tell the story of Bertie's own farcical adventures.
Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense was created by the Goodale Brothers, adapted primarily from P G Wodehouse The Code of the Woosters. After hugely successful runs in the West End, it won the 2014 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy.
£16 (£14 conc)
Presented by Theatre Chipping Norton and The Barn Theatre.
In these somewhat uncertain times comes a wonderful evening of warmth, wit and gentle humour.
The best of Joyce’s hilarious songs and monologues from Stately As A Galleon and Free Activity Period to A Terrible Worrier and First Flight.
Joyce is our guide for a delightful delve into some of her most endearing characters, ably accompanied by her trusted pianist William Blezard.
As Joyce would have said “We request the pleasure of your company” in the company of one of Britain’s best loved comediennes.
The family of William Blezard (Joyce’s musical director and pianist) have also given permission for us to use material from previously unheard rehearsal tape recordings and personal letters sent from Joyce to William.
WHY? The show will provide a completely unique view into the life of Joyce Grenfell through the eyes of her well respected friend, William Blezard
£15, £13 Supporters
The Grimm Players present The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society making a spectacle of themselves and their harassed producer.
Vigorous sound effects enhance their spine chilling mystery production.
WHY? A tale of murder and mayhem that will bring down the house or at least a substantial part of the set!
Presented by The Grimm Players Theatre Company
An evening of music, dance, song and drama showcasing the aspirations and talent of BCA’s young performers.
WHY? See what the world looks like though the eyes of the students
£10 (£8 conc)
Norden Lights led by Troublemaker Theatre Company.
Your chance to be on stage and in the spotlight!
Join the only youth drama group in Maidenhead which rehearses in a professional theatre!
Our friendly theatre company lead the sessions, where you’ll have fun and meet new friends.
Pick up performance skills from stage combat to acting for camera and physical theatre to accents, while working with scripts from famous playwrights or made up by you.
Terms 10 weeks long, no auditions, suitable for all abilities and end with a sharing or showcase.
This Spring term, Youth Theatre - Group A will be working towards a performance of 'A New Time Music Hall'. A collection of performances to entertain, amaze and amuse in the music hall tradition with a modern twist.
Over the course pupils will work on songs and sketches to improve vocal technique, stage presence and theatrical timing.
£67 per term
School Years 2, 3 and 4
'Gave me the skills and confidence to get into drama school and pursue a career in acting' Lizzy Maillard
‘I went on to get a degree in film and theatre, and now teach drama to children myself’ Ryan Tomlinson
'Film-making at 15, scripting at 16, and crying that it had to end at 18. 5yrs later, I'm working full-time in television' Kat Mace
Photography credit Luminous Photography.