The Dreadful Penny is a ripping comedy adventure. The year is 1882 and Cecil Snerd has invented the world’s first sprung leather bicycle saddle; a blessed relief to velocipedists everywhere, who have already dubbed the Penny-farthing: ‘the man slicer!’
The Church of Phil invites you to slap on a name sticker for an introductory enrolment seminar like no other! Allow the omnipresent Phil into your mind and join us for an unforgettable experience.
The Mission Theatre hosts a newly minted Variety show in the traditional Music Hall style. Sweet-hearted songs, baffling eccentric dances, impossible feats and breathtaking musical virtuosity.
Step into Christmas in style with the Hot Potato Syncopators. Straight from the golden era of the roaring twenties, these three phenomally talented eccentric English gentlemen present a side-splitting review of tip-top jazz and classic vaudevillian comedy.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Hancock’s Half Hour, written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, James Hurn – a talented actor and impressionist – will be performing three great episodes of Hancock’s half hour, voicing the entire cast.