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2017/18 New Season
Our new season of plays, running from September 2017 to July 2018, has now been agreed. Full details can be found here.
Full details of forthcoming auditions can be found in the Auditions Section of the website.
The 2017/18 brochure, giving full details of all the productions, is available to download below.
Season Tickets for the 2017/18 season are now available to cover the full season of 9 plays from September 2017 to July 2018. Season Ticket holders will be entitled to a free ticket to the Young Players production in the theatre in July 2018.
Season Ticket prices are £81 for the full season for the first night and £99 for other nights.
If you would like to take advantage of this early booking opportunity to secure your chosen seat, performance date and Young Players ticket you can download an application form below.
The Miller Centre will be closed during August.
From Monday 3 July the Box Office will be open from 10am to 1pm (Monday to Friday) and 10am to noon (Saturdays).
It will be closed from 24 July to allow for Season Tickets and postal applications for the first two plays of next season to be processed. It will reopen on Tuesday 29 August. Tickets for Frank & Rosy and Arcadia will be available online from the end of July.
The Wardobe will be closed during August reopening on Saturday 2 September. All items at present on hire will need to be returned by Saturday 29 July. The last two week hire period before the break will run from Saturday 15 July.
Film Club Update
The 2017/18 Season starts on October 2 when we will be screening Manchester by the Sea, the heart breaking and heart warming winner of both Best Screenplay and Best Actor BAFTAs and Oscars in 2017.
Viceroy's House is our film on 6 November. Set in 1947, it tells the story of British statesman Lord Mountbatten, serving as India's last Viceroy, who is charged with handing India back to its people.
On December 11, Hidden Figures will be screened. This funny, heart-warming and inspirational film tells the story of three African-American women working at NASA, needing to cross gender and racial lines to help inspire a generation.
Further information about these films can be found by clicking here.