Grove Park Theatre is delighted to announce a fantastic line-up of plays for its 2013-2014 season. Modern classics stand alongside legendary works in a season that owes more than a little to the power of the big screen - while maintaining the humour and intimacy that makes theatre such a magical live spectacle.
The season opens with two plays that made it to the big screen in style - The Rise and Fall of Little Voice opens the season in September and this is followed by the magnificent One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in October. Both plays combine tragedy with lots of humour and wry observations on the world. Our traditional pantomime is always a highlight and this year's production of Aladdin promises to be bigger, better and more memorable than ever. In the new year, Conor McPherson's gripping play The Weir takes to the stage in February. This play enjoyed a recent sell-out revival in the West End. The comedy continues with Peter Quilter's hilarious Duets in March, which will be followed in April by the youth theatre's production of The Jungle Book. Rounding off the season are two more sensational comedies - the zany and irreverent Complete Works of Shakespeare (abridged) in May and the rip-roaring public school humour of Daisy Pulls It Off in July.
All in all, a season not to be missed. All shows are now available for booking online - with panto tickets already on sale and going fast.