The Moonlit Road And Other Ghostly Tales
12th May 2015
Mill Theatre, Thurso
Friday 29th May 2015 - 7.30pm.
Inspired by Ambrose Bierce, Edgar Allan Poe, M.R. James, Emile Zola, and many others.
The Moonlit Road is a new one-man ghost story, adapted and inspired by the writings of Ambrose Bierce, Edgar Allan Poe, M.R. James, Emile Zola, and many others.
Message From Thurso Players. Due to the weather/Health and Safety reasons, the Thurso High School is shut today which means that unfortunately tonight's performance of the Thurso Players pantomime has had to be cancelled.
Can our favourite outlaw, Robin Hood, outwit the evil Sheriff of Nottingham who has hatched a cunning plan to dispose of his niece and nephew in Sherwood Forest so he can inherit their fortune? Come and join Robin's gang and help our hero win the day, and also win the heart of Maid Marian. NOTE - This year the panto starts 30 minutes earlier than previous years at 7.00pm..
Thurso Players presents the well known story and musical of the Wizard of Oz made famous by the film with Judy Garland as Dorothy. The original book was called The wonderful Wizard of Oz by L.Frank Baum.
Friday 12th May - 7.30pm. See poster for details A play about love.
Mill Theatre, Thurso Wednesday 21st - Saturday 24th 2016 Act I Zombie Prom opens at Enrico Fermi High School. The students go through their daily routine ("Enrico Fermi High") and the audience meets Jonny, a rebel who spells his name without the traditional 'H.' We also meet the good-girl heroine, Toffee, and Miss Strict, the principal of Enrico Fermi High School.
The Birthday Party is about Stanley Webber, an erstwhile piano player in his 30s, who lives in a run down boarding house, run by Meg and Petey Boles, in an English seaside town, probably on the south coast, not too far from London. Two sinister strangers, Goldberg and McCann, who arrive supposedly on his birthday and who appear to have come looking for him, turn Stanleys apparently innocuous birthday party organised by Meg into a nightmare.
Interested? - Then go along..
Over two evenings the Scottish Community Drama Association will show a variety of plays. 20th and 21st March 2015 7.00pm Assembly Rooms, Wick..
Waves tells the story of the unofficial history of the invention of the Butterfly stroke. It is a solo theatre work written and performed by Alice Mary Cooper.
Head In The Clouds. Designed fro 0 - 4 year olds and their families.
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