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Thursday, 4th of October 2018
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Thursday 4th October 2018
 
The Players Theatre Co, return to the Palace Theatre this October with a brand new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s much loved musical Oklahoma! Celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, the show is a true classic and is often cited as the first modern musical of Broadway’s golden era. With a lush score featuring some of the pair’s best songs including Oh W
Thursday 4th October 2018
 
Plays for Laughs perform this hilarious spoof on Agetha Christie set in Bagshot Manor - Inspector Pratt and his trusty Constable Thomkins are called to investigate the murder of Lady Bagshot.  Who is primary suspect is it her sour niece Dorothy, or Frence Art dealer Pierre or the Elizabeth Hartley Trumpington, then there's the old retainer Bunting as well as Colonel Craddock and his wife
Posted on Saturday 29th September 2018
Our Open Day this year will be held in association with the Royal Shopping Centre and Southend BID.  It will take place on Saturday 29th Septembe... view more
 
Posted on Friday 14th September 2018
Southend art club was established in 1929 by a group of enthusiasts enjoying and sharing their love of art with each other. The club started by a diff... view more
 
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