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House Full Productions presents

An American Werewolf in London (18)

30 October

A real horror classic (with some laughs) and a transformation scene that still looks great almost 40 years on.

Two American college students are on a walking tour of Britain and are attacked by a werewolf. One is killed, the other is mauled. The werewolf is killed but reverts to its human form, and the local townspeople are unwilling to acknowledge its existence. The surviving student begins to have nightmares of hunting on four feet at first but then finds that his friend and other recent victims appear to him, demanding that he commit suicide to release them from their curse, being trapped between worlds because of their unnatural deaths.

A maximum of 64 seats are available and must be booked online in advance. A fixed seating plan offering single seats, pairs, threes and fours are available to ensure events are viable. You will need to wear a mask but this may be removed when drinking. Please bring a bottle of water or soft drink with you.

You can read about what the theatre has done to meet government guidance on resuming operations by clicking HERE

House Full Productions presents

Poltergeist (15)

31 October

The original version, especially for Halloween!

The Freelings are a typical suburban family. Husband Steve sells real estate in their ever expanding subdivision and Diane is a stay at home mom caring for their three kids, Dana, Robbie and little Carol Anne. Strange things being to happen in the house however: cupboard doors open on their own, furniture rearranges itself and chairs go sliding across the kitchen floor. It's a bit of whimsy at first but soon becomes deadly serious when Carol Anne vanishes into a nether world where, oddly, she can only be communicated with through the white noise on their television. A team of paranormal investigators move into the house but the forces that kidnapped are evil and powerful requiring the services of Tangina, a woman who has dealt with this situation before.

A maximum of 64 seats are available and must be booked online in advance. A fixed seating plan offering single seats, pairs, threes and fours are available to ensure events are viable. You will need to wear a mask but this may be removed when drinking. Please bring a bottle of water or soft drink with you.

You can read about what the theatre has done to meet government guidance on resuming operations by clicking HERE

House Full Productions presents

The Greatest Showman (PG)

7 November

Orphaned, disrespected yet brilliant. This is P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman), a showman on a mission for fame. But when he gambles his circus, his wife and daughters and all his money on the Swedish opera star Jenny Lind, things become treacherous for Barnum. Will he leave everything he's got behind?

A maximum of 72 seats is available in our socially-distanced auditorium using a fixed seating plan that offers a mix of single seats, pairs, trios, quartets and a quintet; however, the seats are grouped so that it is not possible to book three seats from a group of four. This is to try to maximise capacity to ensure events are viable. We will be monitoring the bookings and adapting the plan should it become clear that we need to offer more pairs, more threes etc. One wheelchair seat plus carer is available per screening- please contact [email protected] to arrange to book this seat. At the present time, only online bookings are accepted.

You will need to wear a mask but this may be removed when drinking. There will be no bar facility before or after the screening so please feel free to bring a bottle of water or soft drink with you.

You can read about what the theatre has done to meet government guidance on resuming operations by clicking HERE

House Full Productions presents

Bohemian Rhapsody (12A)

14 November

The story of the legendary British rock band Queen and lead singer Freddie Mercury leading up to their famous performance at Live Aid.

A maximum of 72 seats is available in our socially-distanced auditorium using a fixed seating plan that offers a mix of single seats, pairs, trios, quartets and a quintet; however, the seats are grouped so that it is not possible to book three seats from a group of four. This is to try to maximise capacity to ensure events are viable. We will be monitoring the bookings and adapting the plan should it become clear that we need to offer more pairs, more threes etc. One wheelchair seat plus carer is available per screening- please contact [email protected] to arrange to book this seat. At the present time, only online bookings are accepted.

You will need to wear a mask but this may be removed when drinking. There will be no bar facility before or after the screening so please feel free to bring a bottle of water or soft drink with you.

You can read about what the theatre has done to meet government guidance on resuming operations by clicking HERE

House Full Productions presents

Sister Act (PG)

21 November

Nightclub singer Dolores (Whoopi Goldberg) is placed in hiding in a convent by the Police and changed the nun's lives - and especially the choir - under the disapproving eye of Maggie Smith's Mother Superior.

A maximum of 72 seats is available in our socially-distanced auditorium using a fixed seating plan that offers a mix of single seats, pairs, trios, quartets and a quintet; however, the seats are grouped so that it is not possible to book three seats from a group of four. This is to try to maximise capacity to ensure events are viable. We will be monitoring the bookings and adapting the plan should it become clear that we need to offer more pairs, more threes etc. One wheelchair seat plus carer is available per screening- please contact [email protected] to arrange to book this seat. At the present time, only online bookings are accepted.

You will need to wear a mask but this may be removed when drinking. There will be no bar facility before or after the screening so please feel free to bring a bottle of water or soft drink with you.

You can read about what the theatre has done to meet government guidance on resuming operations by clicking HERE

House Full Productions presents

Singin' in the Rain

28 November

In 1927, Don Lockwood has worked his way up from being a song-and-dance man to become a top movie star. His on-screen partner believes that Don loves her for real but needs to have her awful voice dubbed with the arrival of talkies. Enter 'serious' actress Kathy Selden…

A maximum of 72 seats is available in our socially-distanced auditorium using a fixed seating plan that offers a mix of single seats, pairs, trios, quartets and a quintet; however, the seats are grouped so that it is not possible to book three seats from a group of four. This is to try to maximise capacity to ensure events are viable. We will be monitoring the bookings and adapting the plan should it become clear that we need to offer more pairs, more threes etc. One wheelchair seat plus carer is available per screening- please contact [email protected] to arrange to book this seat. At the present time, only online bookings are accepted.

You will need to wear a mask but this may be removed when drinking. There will be no bar facility before or after the screening so please feel free to bring a bottle of water or soft drink with you.

You can read about what the theatre has done to meet government guidance on resuming operations by clicking HERE

House Full Productions presents

Gremlins (12A)

21 December

He may look like a cute ball of fur - and he is - but you were warned not to let him get wet or feed him after midnight.  The town of Bedford Falls is in for a very unhappy Christmas...

A maximum of 72 seats is available in our socially-distanced auditorium using a fixed seating plan that offers a mix of single seats, pairs, trios, quartets and a quintet; however, the seats are grouped so that it is not possible to book three seats from a group of four. This is to try to maximise capacity to ensure events are viable. We will be monitoring the bookings and adapting the plan should it become clear that we need to offer more pairs, more threes etc. One wheelchair seat plus carer is available per screening- please contact [email protected] to arrange to book this seat. At the present time, only online bookings are accepted.

You will need to wear a mask but this may be removed when drinking. There will be no bar facility before or after the screening so please feel free to bring a bottle of water or soft drink with you.

You can read about what the theatre has done to meet government guidance on resuming operations by clicking HERE

House Full Productions presents

The Muppet Christmas Carol (U)

22 December

Charles Dickens' immortal classic gets a Muppet makeover with Michael Caine as the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, Kermit the Frog as Bob Cratchit and Miss Piggy as Mrs Cratchit.  All the familiar Muppets are here - Fozzie Bear, Beaker and Dr Bunsen Honeydew, Statler and Waldorf - with narration provided by The Great Gonzo and Rizzo the Rat.

A maximum of 72 seats is available in our socially-distanced auditorium using a fixed seating plan that offers a mix of single seats, pairs, trios, quartets and a quintet; however, the seats are grouped so that it is not possible to book three seats from a group of four. This is to try to maximise capacity to ensure events are viable. We will be monitoring the bookings and adapting the plan should it become clear that we need to offer more pairs, more threes etc. One wheelchair seat plus carer is available per screening- please contact [email protected] to arrange to book this seat. At the present time, only online bookings are accepted.

You will need to wear a mask but this may be removed when drinking. There will be no bar facility before or after the screening so please feel free to bring a bottle of water or soft drink with you.

You can read about what the theatre has done to meet government guidance on resuming operations by clicking HERE

House Full Productions presents

Elf (PG)

22 December

After discovering he is a human, a man (Will Ferrell) raised as an elf at the North Pole decides to travel to New York City to locate his real father.

A maximum of 72 seats is available in our socially-distanced auditorium using a fixed seating plan that offers a mix of single seats, pairs, trios, quartets and a quintet; however, the seats are grouped so that it is not possible to book three seats from a group of four. This is to try to maximise capacity to ensure events are viable. We will be monitoring the bookings and adapting the plan should it become clear that we need to offer more pairs, more threes etc. One wheelchair seat plus carer is available per screening- please contact [email protected] to arrange to book this seat. At the present time, only online bookings are accepted.

You will need to wear a mask but this may be removed when drinking. There will be no bar facility before or after the screening so please feel free to bring a bottle of water or soft drink with you.

You can read about what the theatre has done to meet government guidance on resuming operations by clicking HERE

House Full Productions presents

It's A Wonderful Life (U)

23 December - 24 December

One of the most beloved and uplifting films of all time sees James Stewart in one of his best and favourite performances as George Bailey, a man who has given up his dreams to help others, and whose imminent suicide on Christmas Eve brings about the intervention of his guardian angel, Clarence Odbody.  George is given the opportunity to see how he has touched the lives of others and how different life would be for his wife Mary and the entire community of Bedford Falls if he had not been born.

Nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Director, It's A Wonderful Life is the perfect film to start off your Christmas.

A maximum of 72 seats is available in our socially-distanced auditorium using a fixed seating plan that offers a mix of single seats, pairs, trios, quartets and a quintet; however, the seats are grouped so that it is not possible to book three seats from a group of four. This is to try to maximise capacity to ensure events are viable. We will be monitoring the bookings and adapting the plan should it become clear that we need to offer more pairs, more threes etc.   One wheelchair seat plus carer is available per screening - please email [email protected] to arrange to book this seat.  At the present time, only online bookings are accepted.

You will need to wear a mask but this may be removed when drinking. There will be no bar facility before or after the screening so please feel free to bring a bottle of water or soft drink with you.

You can read about what the theatre has done to meet government guidance on resuming operations by clicking HERE

24 April

HAVING PREVIOUSLY BEEN RESCHEDULED UNTIL OCTOBER 2021 DUE TO THE PANDEMIC, IT HAS BEEN NECESSARY TO RESCHEDULE FURTHER TO APRIL 2021. BOX OFFICE WILL BE IN TOUCH SHORTLY REGARDING REFUNDS FOR THOSE WHO HAD ALREADY SWITCHED BEFORE OPENING FOR NEW BOOKINGS

Cheltenham's resident burlesque queen, Missy Malone and her band of glamorous friends are extremely pleased to be bringing their hugely successful sell out show back to Cheltenham Playhouse for their 11th year running!

Presenting the very best in Burlesque and Cabaret from across the globe, this show incorporates vintage style glamour, dance, comedy, circus skills and music for a spectacular night out. The breath-taking costumes, musicality and award winning routines will leave you shouting for more!

Each show will contain different performances from the cast, as no show is ever the same! Watch this space for announcement of performers as they are confirmed.

"Sassy, slick and chic and all done in the best possible taste." – Simon Lewis, Gloucestershire Echo

House Full Productions presents

The Dowager's Oyster starring Dr Evadne Hinge

28 April - 1 May

DUE TO THE PANDEMIC IT HAS BEEN NECESSARY TO RESCHEDULE THIS PRODUCTION TO APRIL 2021. BOX OFFICE WILL BE IN TOUCH SHORTLY REGARDING REFUNDS FOR THOSE WHO HAD ALREADY SWITCHED BEFORE OPENING FOR NEW BOOKINGS

We're very pleased to announce that a legend of British comedy is to come out of retirement in France to appear in a musical romp here this year as part of our 75th anniversary celebrations. The Dowager's Oyster is described as a light opera that captures the comic book charades of a 1920s murder mystery farce and at its heart is the return to the stage of Dr Evadne Hinge, one half of the enormously popular double act Hinge and Bracket which entertained audiences with their songs and 'theatrical memories' for 30 years.

The story so far...

Persephone, Lady Tindale, sits in her boudoir, deep in thought. Cynthia, her only daughter, has recently become engaged. The Honourable Freddy Marriott would appear to be on the surface an admirable choice of fiancé. But the Dowager has doubts about him. Serious doubts. And now feather-headed Cynthia seems to be set on planning a trip to France. And she wants her mother to accompany her. The Dowager has never up till now encountered a situation she was unable to dominate and control through the sheer force of her personality. But she is about to come up against circumstances unparalleled in her experience.

Musically, the show has a roaring 1920s dance band score that nods to Gilbert and Sullivan with a twist of Kurt Weill and with just four performances scheduled we are expecting a sell out run long before the show opens - be prepared to book early!