10 June 2014

Well, actually we have! The National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) recently awarded Sleaford Little Theatre as winners of the 'Production Award for Best Pantomime in District 5' for our production of Aladdin in December 2013.

19 March 2014

Although not so frequently performed or well-known as ‘An Inspector Calls’, this play, written in 1933 by J.B.Priestly, is a social commentary focussing on the attitudes of greed, dishonesty and criminality among the middle class residents of suburbia and their attempts to secrete them under a veneer of respectability.

5 December 2013

SLT’s pantomime offering was Alan P Frayn’s version of “Aladdin” and my goodness what a slick and polished production they made of it.

18 September 2013

SLT chose a play by Francis Durbridge for their Autumn production which proved to be a most fitting choice. Durbridge was a prolific and popular writer whose works included novels, television and radio plays and latterly plays for theatre. Many will recall listening to the adventures of Paul Temple on the radio.

19 December 2012

This production was adapted for the stage from the popular Ealing comedy film of the same name but is now set in South Lincolnshire village in 1952, where a group of residents are endeavouring to purchase and operate their branch railway line which is to be axed.

21 September 2012

The setting for this play is ‘Trudy’s Beauty Parlour’ in the small town of Chinquapin, Louisiana, U.S.A. and full marks must go to the designers and builders for creating such a realistic set which even featured running water to facilitate hair washing.

8 December 2011

SLT has a reputation for delivering high quality productions that attract capacity audiences for their serious plays and great comedies but this production of ‘Cinderella’ was their first venture into the world of pantomime and from curtain-up the well-chosen principals were immediately into character.

21 September 2011

This outstanding production of J.B. Priestly’s popular comedy was dedicated to Sue Robey, who sadly died on 22 August 2011. Though she was fighting illness for some time Sue remained active and involved in directing right up to the week before she was admitted to hospital.

18 July 2011

This play by John Godber is about the marriage of Jack (Gary Goodge) and Liz (Karen Davey), with the storyline pieced together from recollections of the annual family seaside holiday, always taken at Blackpool, always at the same time of year, always using the same accommodation and nearly always wet, hence pac-a-macs feature among the costumes.

2 July 2011

I thought the very commendable interpretation of this charming story was sensitively and skilfully directed. It was performed by a competent cast that included several young persons who demonstrated some fine acting talent.
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