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Owen Brooks to interview Sunny Ormonde

  Harborough Theatre member, and local Harborough FM Radio presenter, Owen Brooks, is set to interview Sunny Ormonde. Sunny Ormonde plays the role of Lilian Bellamy in long running radio play series The Archers...

Seasons Greetings – a complete sell out

The theatre are really pleased that their forthcoming production Season’s Greeting is a complete sell out. Even tickets issued for an additional performance on Monday 16th January flew off the shelves within a couple...

Rehearsals: Pink Mist

Rehearsals are well under way for the Harborough Theatre’s next production “Pink Mist” by Owen Sheers. Directed by Christine Richardson, the story tells of three young men from Bristol who are deployed to Afghanistan,...

Harborough Theatre Annual Open Evening

Harborough Theatre Annual Open Evening Wednesday 2nd November   7.30-10 pm If you are one of our theatregoers have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at the Harborough Theatre;  or have...

The Season So Far

The Society’s 2016/17 season began with Agatha Christie’s Go Back For Murder, a relatively recent adaption based on the best-selling UK author’s Five Little Pigs. It was directed by Mike Allen whose last production...

Seasons of Change

As outgoing Chairman and now Drama Officer, John Foreman took a few minutes out to summarise how he felt about the Theatre’s 2015/16 season and what his view of next season is shaping up...

A Message from our Chairman

I am pleased to unveil Harborough Theatre’s exciting new programme for the 2016-2017 season. On stage we have a wonderful mix of favourite authors  – Agatha Christie, Alan Ayckbourn, John Godber and Oscar Wilde....

Wins at East Midlands Drama Awards.

Congratulations to members of our drama society who scooped awards at the NANDA ceremony chosen from 24 plays.  (These are drama awards for companies in the East Midlands.)  – Pat Johnson Award for Producer...

A Win for Housewarming

The MHDS entry for the All England One Act Play Festival, The Housewarming by Arthur Adlrich, has won the quarter finals. On 2nd April in Nuneaton, after enthusiastic comments from the adjudicator, the actors...