1 July 2017

Tickets for our September production are on sale and are available from the Sleaford Playhouse Theatre.

11 June 2017

We are over the moon to announce that 'The Importance of Being Ernest' has won the 2016 award for best play.

2 June 2017
If you are interested in being involved but would rather not be on stage, you may like to help behind the scenes. Come and join the large crew in the fun and challenge of bringing a production to life.
22 May 2017

It is that time of year again! Oh no it isn't!

Open Casting Auditions for the Main Roles will take place on Sunday 25th June at 4.30pm at the Playhouse. If you wish to audition for a singing part, please check the details here.

25 April 2017

And Ever More Shall Be So is a thrilling murder mystery with a touch of humour. Exploring the events surrounding a murder that happened four years ago in an idyllic English Village, the audience is taken on an emotional journey as the truth of the characters emerge.

27 March 2017

We are pleased to finally announce that tickets for our next production are now on sale.

25 March 2017
This December we are staging the panto Sleeping Beauty and are looking for boys and girls aged 12 to 18 years old.
2 December 2016

Tonight (2nd December) is opening night of our production of Treasure Island. With this etched on our minds, it isn't stopping us looking forward to our next production.

The auditions for Laying the Ghost have been cast and tickets go on sale today at 3 pm.

Laying the Ghost is a comedy by Simon Williams.

28 October 2016
The auditions for this production will be held at the Playhouse on Monday 31st October 2016 at 7.30p.m. Please note that the dates for this production are Tuesday 14th March 2017 to Saturday 18th March 2017.
23 September 2016

We are pleased to announce that tickets for our December production of 'Treasure Island' are now on sale.

This non-pantomime version of the show was first staged back in December 2014 by the National Theatre. Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale was brought to life in a new adaptation for children aged 10 and older.

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