Dramatic Readings!!! Charles Dickens and Victorian Theatre

Thursday, 4 January 2018



In association with Brunel University, and funded by the Marie Curie Fellowship,  Professor Thomas Betteridge presents Extracts from Three Variants of a Christmas Carol –

Past, Present and Future by Edward Stirling and Charles Dickens,

A Message from Mars by Richard Ganthony (1899) Early Science Fiction

        Mrs Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge by Christopher Durange (2005)

If you would like to attend, please RSVP below.



Normansfield Theatre Lighting Appeal

Normansfield Theatre has just launched a Lighting Appeal to upgrade all of our stage and front of stage lighting.   We are hoping to raise £19,000 to enable us to move to more economical and environmentally friendly LED fittings.  If you would like to contribute to the appeal, there are several ways to donate:-

  • please make a donation below or
  • go online to http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fund/Normansfield  or
  • contact us on 0333 1212 300 and donate by credit/debit card
  • send in a cheque to Down’s Syndrome Association, Langdon Down Centre, 2a Langdon Park, Teddington TW11 9PS (write theatre appeal on the back) or
  • make a bacs payment to sort code 160032 Account No 10025447.  Account Name: Down’s Syndrome Association.  Reference:  Theatre Appeal

Please remember to gift aid any donations.  Gift Aid forms can be downloaded from the DSA website www.downs-syndrome.org.uk.  Click here for the DSA Gift Aid Form DSA GIFT AID V4 1

Thank you for your donation.




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Now Here’s a FUNNY STORY (evening performance)

Saturday, 17th March

3pm and 7.30pm

Tickets:  Matinee £12/£10 (£13 on the door)  Evening £14/£12 (£15 on the door

Evening 7.30pm

Written by Mitch feral and staring Miss Airlie Scott and Mr Tommy Parsons.  Directed by Jan Hunt

A jaunty romp through the Golden Age of Music Hall, often delving into its dark underbelly.  Experienced Music Hall artists, TOMMY PARSONS and AIRLIE SCOTT take you on a journey from its very beginnings through to its 1890s heyday with the likes of Marie Lloyd and Champagne Charlie, onto wartime jingoism and the cross-dressing Vesta Tilley of the Great War.

Excellent entertainment with appeal for everyone…..amusing, touching rowdy” Brian Dazley, Max Miller Appreciation Society

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