Our next production is
Jack and the Beanstalk
at the Heritage Chapel and Hall. Park Road. Rushden
6th - 13th January 2018
There are Matinee performances on the 6th, the 7th and the 13th
Matinee performances start at 14:15. Evening performances start at 19:15.
Ticket prices between £8.00 and £10.00. Family tickets available on selected performances.
There is no performance on the 9th
Online booking now available - click here
The villagers in Much Grumblin’ are not happy. With a big hairy giant taxing them into poverty and an evil witch collecting it, they’re all at their wits end.*
Poor old Dame Churn is particularly hard hit. After the death of her husband, the Squire, she is now forced to eek out a living running the dairy. Only having Buttercup the cow makes this a little difficult though, and having a useless layabout son called Jack and a failed inventor daughter called Simone, makes things harder still!
Things come to a head when they are forced to sell Buttercup to prevent being evicted. Jack gets tricked into accepting beans for her and, well you know what happens next! With a show jam packed with songs, jokes and general lunacy, we’re sure you’ll want to see it again and again.
*any resemblance to events or persons living or dead is purely coincidental.
Director Ash Pott. Musical Director Albert Luck. Choreographer Angel Doyle
|Vigina Creeper||Heather Yates|
|Fairy Bean||Summer Mayston-White|
|Simone Churn||Emma Stigter|
|Ma Churn||Andy Yates|
|Jack Churn||Becky Williams|
|Gilbert Gofer||Gordon Oliver|
|Sir Ivor Creeper||George Fortescue|
|Buttercup||Nicki Pott and Sue Smith|
|Rosie Ramsbottom||Gillian Tidbury|
|Giant Hugh Mungus||Stewart Ivatt|
Abi Holmes, Beth Lawman, Ellie Lawman, Hannah Porter, Amy Richardson, Karen Stigter, Millie Wrighton, Skye Plumb, Justine Cuthbert
Tara Curson, Abbie Edwards, Lucy Osborne, Sophia Osborne, Jorja Osbourne