The Wyvern Summer Youth Project 2023 announced! And … drum roll please …. it’s that perennial favourite: the Wizard of Oz
If it’s December then that means one thing: CHRISTMAS!! Oh – okay – TWO things – CHRISTMAS and the PANTOMIME. And everyone loves pantomime don’t they? Oh yes they do!! And we all love pantomime at the Wyvern Theatre.
Award-winning theatre company, Calf 2 Cow, are bursting with excitement. How so? Their bonkers outdoor theatre production adaption of, The Wind in The Willows, is returning for a second tour. And they’re stopping off in Swindon this Friday 9 September at 7pm.
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Omigod You Guys… how I’ve MISSED the summer youth project at the Wyvern Theatre. They’re always amazing and summer youth project 2022 is no exception to that rule! How can one not love a night in a theatre stuffed to the rafters with young talent all living their very best life?! It’s such a joyous and uplifting experience.
The Fairy Kingdom is at War. Oberon and Titania’s marital mayhem unleashes chaos on four young lovers with disastrous – and hilarious – consequences. In another part of the forest, a troupe of aspiring actors prepare for the most important night of their lives – a command performance before the Duke and Duchess. As the King and Queen of the Fairy Kingdom become entwined with the human world, a night of madness, mayhem, magic, love, hilarity ensues. And don’t forget the donkey!
It’s the great pleasure of Swindon’s Town Gardens Bowl to welcome Voodoo Room. They’ll perform their explosive show as part of the summer concert programme.
Last year BlackBox Theatre brought Blithe Spirit to the Bowl in Town Gardens.
Now, South Swindon Parish Council welcome them back this Friday with their performance of John Godber’s tour de force, Bouncers.
This is the true story of how hundreds of innocent Post Office workers fought to clear their names. They had to do so when accounting errors created by dodgy IT (an unreliable system called ‘Horizon’) led to their Post Office masters accusing them of theft and fraud.
On Sunday 19 June, The Lord Chamberlain’s Men, with a history stretching back to William Shakespeare himself, present the sparkling comedy, As You Like It.
Darkroom Theatre, founded at the eponymous Swindon coffee shop on Faringdon Road in 2017, returns with their newest performance at the refurbished Wyvern Theatre Studio.
since its first appearance at the Royal Court Theatre in June 1973, Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show, became the world’s favourite Rock N’Roll musical. It’s been performed in over thirty countries on every continents, translated into over twenty languages.