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Information and tickets arrangements (unless otherwise stated)

Box office arrangements - tickets from Sheppy Glass

Sheppy Glass sell tickets for our shows everyday from 9am to 5pm (Mon-Fri) and 9am to 12noon (Sat) please only phone during these normal working hours. So you can book and collect tickets in the shop or phone them to reserve tickets on 01795 580006.

Link to Sheppy Glass website

Doors open

Doors open half an hour before performances begin.

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August 2014

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Friday 8 August (7.30pm)

History talk - 'First Catch Your Asp' by Dr Phil Stone

"This is a talk that began by being about the deaths, and the causes thereof, of medieval English kings from Henry V to Henry VIII, but which expanded to cover a few ancient Egyptian rulers, too. In passing, there will also be references to other English monarchs along the way. As with all Dr Stone's previous talks, it will be fully illustrated."

performance 7.30pm, tickets £3, no concessions, Sheppy Glass Box office

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Saturday 23 August (9.30am - 12.30pm )

Grand Book Fair

"Come and get a bargain!"

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Saturday 30 August (7.30pm)

Sounds Familiar present 'Sounds of the Silver Screen'

performance 7.30pm, tickets £6, no concessions, from Kirsty 07980 680759 or Amanda 07816 604305

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September 2014

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Saturday 6 September (7.30pm)

Four of a Kind present - Nice and Easy

Enjoy our blend of easy listening melodies, with guest artists Fiddle & Faff - A very talented duo with their own unique, quirky toe tapping style, compere Derek Friday

performance 7.30pm, tickets £6, no concessions, Sheppy Glass Box office from July onwards

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Friday 19 September (7.30pm)

'Our Friends, the Enemy

performance 7.30pm, tickets £9, no concessions, Sheppy Glass Box office

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Sunday 21 September (2.30pm)

Sheppey Photographs from WW1 and Sheppey Ships in action during WW1

performance 2.30pm, tickets £3, no concessions, Sheppy Glass Box office

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Friday 26 September (7.30pm)

An Evening with Marlene Dietrich

performance 2.30pm, tickets £9, no concessions, Sheppy Glass Box office

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Saturday 27 September (7.30pm)

Take A Trance With Me

performance 7.30pm, tickets £8.50, no concessions, Sheppy Glass Box office

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October 2014

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Saturday 4 October (7.30pm)

Memory Lane present - Our Silver Jubilee

performance 7.30pm, tickets £tba, no concessions, Sheppy Glass Box office from August onwards

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Saturday 25 October (7.30pm)

Sheppey Entertainments Association present - tba

performance 7.30pm, tickets £5, no concessions, Sheppy Glass Box office from August onwards

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November 2014

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Friday 7 November (7.30pm)

Paul Bennett of the Canterbury Archeological Trust talks on The Dover Bronze Age Boat

A remarkable and compelling story of discovery, recovery and reconstruction - not to be missed.

performance 7.30pm, tickets £3, no concessions, Sheppy Glass Box office

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Regular theatre users

  • All Theatre Groups
  • Four of a Kind
  • Meyrick Minstrels
  • Muddlarks drama
  • Newington Concert Party
  • Sheppey Singers
  • Picture Galleries

    Click on the below links to go through to Picture galleries, these will be added to soon.

  • Picture Gallery 1 - Constructing the lift
  • Picture Gallery 2 - Past Shows
  • Picture Gallery 3 - Aladdin - Jan 2010
  • Picture Gallery 4 - Swale Arts Bursary - Feb 2010
  • Picture Gallery 5 - Muddlarks - Sea Breezes/Sarah
  • Theatre art

    Some volunteers at the theatre paint or sculpt, here is a showcase of some of their work

  • Janys Thornton (page 1)
  • Janys Thornton (page 2)
  • Linda Rogout
  • Gary Pike (page 1)
  • Gary Pike (page 2)
  • Marian Brend
  • Richard Jeferies and friends
  • What do you think?

    Let us know what you think, what did you like about the theatre? On a limited budget how can we improve what we do? Click the below link to send us your suggestions. If you have any queries you can use this e-mail address and mark FAO Janys Thornton, Theatre's Secretary.

    e-mail for feedback

    Your feedback

    What the papers say

  • Local news coverage
  • Interview with BRFM - October 2010

    Click here for interview

    Get tickets for shows

    Get your tickets from Sheppy Glass for our shows everyday from 9pm to 5pm (Mon-Fri) and 9am to 12noon (Sat).

    Link to Sheppy Glass website

    phone

    Phone to reserve tickets on 01795 580006. Please only phone during the above normal working hours.

    Don't miss

    Saturday 5 July (7.30)

    History talk - First catch your Asp

    See main column for details

  • Click here for more on Meyrick Minstrels
  • More news

    Amicus Horizon lend a helping hand.

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    James Hyland is our newest patron

    The award winning actor James Hyland is our latest recruit as a patron. James has performed his Fagin, Jacob Marley and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde at Sheppey Little Theatre to great acclaim and we are thrilled that he has agreed to become one of our patrons.

    Elizabeth Tullberg - Kent Deputy Lieutenant is our patron

    Elizabeth Tullberg is a Deputy Lieutenant of Kent and JP. Elizabeth visits Sheppey Little Theatre regularly to support us. Do say hello to her if you find yourself sitting next to her at a show or in the bar at the interval.

    Theatre Tours or talks

    Do you belong to a group or organisation? Would you be interested in bringing your group to have a look behind the scenes at Sheppey Little Theatre? Would you like us to come and talk to your group? If the answer to any of these questions is yes call Janys or Jeremy Thornton on 01795 873491 to book a date or discuss your requirements.

    St Johns ambulance

    St John's Ambulance are always in attendance at our shows. Here is a link to their website:

    St John's Ambulance - Sheppey

    Theatre now fully accessible to all

    Sheppey Little Theatre is now fully accessible for wheelchair users and others with mobility problems. Entry to the theatre foyer is via a ramp, theatre staff operate a lift to take patrons to the auditorium with space for wheelchairs. There are disabled toilets in the bar area. This work has been completed thanks to the National Lottery (lift) and Grassroots (ramp). The toilets were funded by other fundraising and have been in the theatre for 18 months.

    Your little theatre

    Sheppey Little Theatre has been run by volunteers since 1975. The building is a lot older as it was opened as a church hall in 1891. It was purchased in 1969 for £1000 and after lots of hard work and help from many local businesses Sheppey Little Theatre was opened by the Minister for the Arts, Hugh Jenkins, MP on Saturday 25 October 1975.

    We rely on people supporting us by coming to see shows and those who are generous enough to make donations. Sheppey Little Theatre is run by the community for the community.


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