Tickton Little Theatre 2021

Tickton Little Theatre was created to provide entertainment and enjoyment for the residents of the local area.


PLEASE NOTE : As restrictions are being eased, Tickton Little Theatre is  back in business.   Audience numbers will be reduced to allow spaces between seating to ensure you feel comfortable in our village hall.

 

Productions and Performances

The high quality productions have attracted large audiences from the wider East Riding and beyond. There is tiered seating, curtained stage area, theatre lights and sound system.   With guidance from the Arts Council in 1995/96,  a successful National Lottery Grant was secured to help with the initial set up.TLT seating

Tickton Little Theatre is run on a voluntary and self-financing basis.   Proceeds from the licensed bars, refreshments and raffles are used to enhance and further improve the facilities of Tickton Village Hall for all users.

Please check the Events page for future productions

 

Annual Community Pantomime

Tickton Little Theatre has especially presented the Annual Community Pantomime each Year since 1999. Involving many local residents, it is typically held during the February School Half Term. Preparations would normally commence the previous November. Again, proceeds are used to enhance and further improve the Village Hall.

TLT front door

As you would probably anticipate, due to the restrictions during the Autumn of 2020, usual preparations for the 2021 Production were not able to proceed. Therefore, the Hall will be somewhat quieter during the forthcoming February half term this year. As soon as we can Tickton Little Theatre will announce plans for 2022!

Reservations for all performances should be made by telephone or email.

If you would like to join the volunteers at Tickton Little Theatre, please Contact Us

 

 

Coming up next . . . on Saturday 4 December (save the date)

‘Humbug!’

is an adaption of Charles Dickens’ public readings of ‘A Christmas Carol’ with the addition of various Gilbert & Sullivan songs and traditional Christmas Carols. The show  includes a mixture of costumed and staged scenes with a concert style Victorian carol singers chorus.

The show contains minimal libretto guided along by a Narrator (Charles Dickins) reading sections of Dickins’ text used in his celebrated public readings.

More information will follow . . .

 


 

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