The Playhouse Theatre, Preston

Great amateur theatre, right in the heart of Preston



A play by Bill Naughton, directed by Don Stephenson


20th to 23rd September 2017


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Set on the evening of the 1st June, 1921, on a typical street in a Lancashire town.


We share the trials and tribulations, laughter, tears and memories of the residents as they go about their daily lives.


Written in a very true to life manner as would be expected of the playwright of Spring and Port Wine, All in Good Time, and Alfie.


A very true and entertaining picture is painted of those post world war one years.






Ticket prices Wednesday £8 & £7, Thursday to Saturday £9 & £8


All evening performances begin at 7.30pm unless otherwise stated.


Free parking is available for patrons on the evening of a show, in the Trinity Square car park opposite The Playhouse. A pass, available from the Box Office, must be displayed.