Take a look behind the scenes of the Priory Theatre at our Open Day. Find out about our history, take a look at our wardrobe and props departments, and see behind the scenes of our September 2015 production of The Importance of Being Earnest. FREE ENTRY!
We regret to announce that the May performance of Handbagged has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
If your tickets were purchased via the box office over the phone or internet, these will be automatically refunded.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
If you have questions regarding the show, please contact us via the box office email address: Boxoffice@priorytheatre.co.uk
There’s trouble brewing in the normally peaceful village of Much Trumping. The crops are dying and the ruthless Giant Blunderbore and his henchman Gutrot are destroying everything in their sight. Join us for a magical pantomime adventure at the Priory with beautiful sets and costumes, hilarious comedy and bags of knockabout fun.
This tragicomic panto-within-a-play is set over the holiday period at a crumbling provincial theatre, chronicling both the on- and off-stage lives of the cast and crew of a repertory production that is rapidly going downhill, even on the opening night.
Jason Allen is fast becoming one of the finest and most talked about singers in the UK. Bublé Sway will have you “Feeling Good” with his amazing velvet voice bringing the wow factor by singing the great Bublé songs such as “Cry Me A River” with great ease.
Depicting the personal and political conflicts of Henry II of England, his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine, their children and their guests during Christmas 1183, this drama by James Goldman is filled with duplicitous machinations of the various members of the family each hoping to advance their agendas through lies and manipulation.
Our Priory Youth Theatre returns with David Wood's adaption of Roald Dahl's classic tale. Directed by Callum Roberts & Hannah Farquharson, James and the Giant Peach sees the classic tale faithfully told by James himself and the insect characters – Miss Spider, Old-Green-Grasshopper, Centipede, Ladybird and Earthworm.
Even thought the 2016 season is about to begin, we are starting to plan the 2017 season and are holding a Directors' meeting on Sunday 17 January 2016 at 10am at the Theatre. The meeting will be open to existing directors and anyone who is interested in directing.
Join us for our annual family pantomime, the classic tale of Beauty & the Beast... A handsome but selfish Prince is turned into a Beast by a spell that can only be broken when he learns to love, and be loved in return. Will he ever win the love of another and break the spell…..?
A diffident widower attempts to escape loneliness by joining the local amateur light operatic society. By accident rather than by design, he advances from a small part to the lead. Parallels are skilfully drawn between the Beggar’s Opera and the day to day activities of the society which is performing it.