30 January 2019
28 January 2019
I am delighted to announce our fabulous cast for the forthcoming production of Twelfth Night.
Performance dates are Monday 6th - Friday 10th May 2019 (5 nights) as part of Sleaford Live.
16 January 2019
It is time to get off the sofa and come to the audition. Are you up for the Shakespeare challenge?
Final audition - Friday 18th Jan @ 7 pm at the Sleaford Playhouse
Throw your fears, pre-conceptions and Shakespeare phobias out the window and take part in the Sleaford Shakespeare Challenge!
10 January 2019
Firstly, I would like to thank everyone who came to the auditions for Twelfth Night at the end of 2018.
Seeing the variety of talent that SLT has to offer gave me an even greater enthusiasm for this project.
20 November 2018
0500: Had problems milking Buttermilk, she didn’t produce any milk! It was an udder failure.
0800: I looked into expanding the dairy and selling Russian milk. I will need to get some Moscows to make that work.
0900: Decided to start selling skimmed milk. The hardest part of that idea is throwing the cow across the lake.
18 October 2018
Here is an update following up from our previous notice regarding the call for cast & crew for Twelfth Night to be performed during Sleaford Live from 8th to 11th May 2019.
7 October 2018
I am very excited to have been asked to direct a show for SLT which will be performed for four nights during Sleaford Live 2019.
I have decided on Twelfth Night (aka What You Will).
Twelfth Night was written in the middle of Shakespeare's career around 1601, and most critics consider it to be one of his greatest comedies.
21 September 2018
It’s time for Sleaford’s very own fantastic fun-filled family Pantomime and ickets are now on sale.
Suitable for all ages with colourful costumes, superb scenery, fantastic songs and brilliant effects, this is your chance to join in all the fun along with Jack, his mother and all the usual panto favourites getting everyone into the Christmas spirit!
10 August 2018
Tickets for our September production are now on sale.
The production is directed by Oliver Guilliatt who has previously directed The Importance of Being Earnest and has appeared in a number of Sleaford Little Theatre productions.
A fast-paced farce by John Chapman and Michael Pertwee which enjoyed rave reviews in the West End with David Jason as the lead.
17 July 2018
Approximately once a month the trustees of Sleaford Little Theatre meet to discuss society matters that also include the upkeep and management of the Playhouse Theatre.
We are currently looking for a new Minute Secretary and for someone who is seeking to join a committee the first time this is a great place to start and to see how meetings are run.