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Our Next Production

On Golden Pond

by Ernest Thompson

Nigel Freer plays the curmudgeonly Norman and Fran Williams his long suffering wife, Ethel in this stage version of the delightful and charming comedy which was a smash hit film for Katherine Hepburn and Henry Fonda.

Thursday 22nd September to Saturday 24th September 2016

Wednesday 28th September to Saturday 1st October 2016

Tickets available from Ashby Tourist Information Centre and online here

 

We welcome new members. If you would like to join, come down to a club night on Mondays from 8.30pm (not Bank Holidays). Learn more about different roles in the theatre HERE

Tickets Costume Hire

Ticket prices for ADS Productions

Wednesday and Thursday £8
Friday and Saturday £9

Tickets available from Ashby Tourist Information Centre, North Street, Ashby de la Zouch
Telephone 01530 411767

ONLINE BOOKING IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR THE ANNIVERSARY, OUR FEBRUARY PRODUCTION. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

It is possible to reserve tickets by telephone and to pay by credit card on the above number. We do not accept bookings by email. Whilst it is sometimes possible to buy tickets on the night of the performance, most nights are sold out so please be sure to book well in advance to be sure of a seat. More information about booking tickets HERE>>

Macbeth costumes

To enquire about hiring a costume please contact Karen Heath on 01283222575

Theatre Hire Useful links
For information contact Ken Ward Click here,
 

Other events

The Winter Garden

Wordsworth and Coleridge in Coleorton
An audio play by Matthew Pegg

Friday 8th July, 7.45, FREE ENTRY

More information here

Jazz Club

An informal atmosphere with great music and good beer!

Richard Leech's Street Jazz Band

Saturday September 10th

For more information see
Jazz Club Page here

Tickets available from Ashby Tourist Information Centre Telephone 01530 411767

Book your tickets early!

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What's in a play?

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

This play was staged by Ashby Dramatic Society in 2010. Ashby de la Zouch Museum made a short film about what was involved in staging the production. The film can be seen here.