This group arranges trips to the theatre which are open to all members. There is a table at each monthly meeting where members can book a place and pay for their ticket. Depending on the venue, they may also arrange coach travel.
If you have ideas about plays or shows you would like to see, or you wish to add your name to an email list to receive notification of forthcoming plans then please send a message to the group coordinator via the pigeon link (top right of this page).
Thursday 17th October: ‘Breaking the Code’ at Salisbury.
Saturday 9th November: ‘Les Miserables’ at Mayflower, Southampton.
Possible Theatre Trips
’Educating Rita' at Salisbury Playhouse, June 2019
'The Verdict' by Barry Reed at Winchester, March '19
'The Mirror Cracked'. by Agatha Christie at Salisbury, Feb '19
'Love on the Links' by PG Wodehouse (June '18)
‘Gallowglass’ also at Salisbury Playhouse (Apr'18)
‘Of Mice and Men’ at Salisbury Playhouse (Mar'18)
'Fiddler on the Roof' at Chichester Theatre (Aug '17)
'Before the Party' , by Rodney Ackland at Salisbury Playhouse (May '17)
Opera 'The Mikado' at Winchester (Apr '17)
'The Worst Wedding Ever' at the Salisbury Playhouse (Feb '17)
Anthony Trollope's 'Lady Anna all at Sea', at Salisbury Playhouse (October '16)
'Half a Sixpence' at Chichester Festival Theatre (August 2016)
‘Death Trap’ by Ira Lewin at Salisbury Playhouse (Feb 2016)
'Magna Carta Plays' at Salisbury Playhouse (Nov 2015)
‘The History Boys’ by Alan Bennett at the Theatre Royal, Winchester.
'War Horse' at the Mayflower Southampton. This was a great opportunity to see the West End production touring the country.
The group paid another visit to the Salisbury Playhouse; this time to see "The Worst Wedding Ever". This was a jolly evening with a pre-show supper at a very pleasant Brasserie near the theatre.
The group have also been to the Salisbury Playhouse to see On Golden Pond, by Ernest Thompson, A witty and warm story about living life to the full, and Gaslight, an atmospheric psychological thriller set in the Victorian era. Both were greatly enjoyed by all.
Salisbury Playhouse, Terence Rattigan’s Separate Tables.
Salisbury Playhouse, The Kite Runner, adapted by Matthew Spangler from Khaled Hosseini’s novel.
Chichester Theatre, An Ideal Husband, by Oscar Wilde (starring Patricia Routledge).
Please note - you can only join a group if you are a member of Milford on Sea U3A.