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We are so pleased to welcome back this very talented musician. Many of you will remember Savva as the Polish refugee in LADIES IN LAVENDER, for which he was awarded a Best Actor by the GMDF. The stage has remained silent after that memorable play. Russian-born violinist Savva Zverev made his debut with the Hallé Orchestra in 2018, having subsequently played all major violin concertos with orchestras across the UK and internationally.
He has found a break in his busy schedule to step on the stage once more but this time to play VIVALDI’S FOUR SEASONS
With over thirty five years professional experience, playing with both national and international bands ranging from jazz duo to full symphony orchestra, we are pleased to announce that Alec is bringing his Saxophone to the Festival for one night only.
Some of you will remember him making a guest appearance in our recent play A TASTE OF HONEY.
Well he is back – book your tickets early this will be a popular concert.
WARNING: ADULT CONTENT
A popular evening of stand up comedy , Plane Comedy can be seen regularly around the Northwest, NPTC are very pleased to host this event . Colin Manford is an award winning comedian, Lorraine Robinson is an award winning travel agent and plane comedy is what happens when their worlds collide.
The line up will be MC Colin Manford - Opening Dan Tiernan - Headline Act is Mick Ferry
All combined to create a side splitting 90 minutes of laughter and fun on the NPTC stage. Don’t miss this event.!
Martin Hulme and friends bring you classic hits from yester year including ‘Mack the Knife’, ‘Fly me to the Moon’ and many more.
Delivered in their own 'unique' style and backed by the wonderful ‘Bring on the Swing Band.’
They will playing for one night only at the Northenden Festival.
Look out, the Rat Pack are back!
We are delighted that this local opera company are able to return to NPTC with a varied concert of popular opera works. COMO visited the theatre last in a summer concert tour of their own and will no doubt leave the audience humming an aria or two as they leave the theatre this Festival weekend
We are delighted that this well known local society is able to contribute to the Festival.
A concert of favourite Gilbert and Sullivan songs will be lighting up the theatre under the baton of Anthony Noden I am sure that Northenden audiences will give them a warm welcome.
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Join us with Nigel Machin as MC , for a nostalgic look back to the ‘Good Old Days’ with the NPTC members and friends coming together to provide a varied and entertaining programme.
With songs, sketches and dance this event provides a whistle stop tour down memory lane, with audience participation, of course.
Dressing up is optional but feel free to come along in your favourite Victorian outfit.
Our very own Alexandra Severn, and Kirsty Muldoon last seen as ghostly figures in BLITHE SPIRIT, together with Sam McVaigh and Matt Holker appear back in the theatre during the festival for a concert of songs from stage and screen. We are looking forward to some of our members showcasing their singing talents. This will be a popular show so please book early.
We are delighted to welcome this choir from Sale to be part of the festival and look forward to their concert of various choral arrangements. The choir is made up with local people including some members of NPTC . This will be a popular event so please book early .
This revival for NPTC is a pair of short two- handed comedies , first performed in the round at the Church Hall we are delighted to perform two of the four plays once again. Blind Date and The Holiday. They are a gloriously funny examination of the sometimes chaotic world of love and relationships and why the grass is never greener.
This is a one act comic play by Noel Coward , one of ten that make up a series ‘Tonight at 8.30’, a cycle of plays to be performed over three evenings. A couple are plagued by debt and gambling embarrassment and everything seems to go wrong for them. This romp of a comedy by the master of the understatement and wit, will be a night to remember .
Many of you may remember this play when it was first performed at Northenden Players when we were at the Boathouse. We are pleased to revive this dark and sometimes funny piece of drama. It concerns a group of seven year olds playing in the forest in the summer of 1943 unaware of the tragic events to follow. The most striking feature of the play is that although the characters are children, they are played by adult actors . A device that Potter has used frequently in his work.
Geoff Scargill brings to life Northenden's most illustrious family. Who knew that local men had national and international influence that affected the lives of millions in this country and around the world?
Local writer Ali Davenport welcomes people to share poetry and stories.
contact Ali.firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be part of it.
Treat yourself to a special afternoon or cream tea in the Festival tent. Our members are getting the teapots and china out and making the sandwiches and proving the scones , as we speak, to provide a traditional tea party as part of the Festival entertainments. A time to relax and chat or enjoy the Lamplighters Concert in the tent on the Saturday
Why not book this before you then move to the theatre for the Music Hall Variety Show on the Saturday or Sunday.
Don’t let the kids miss out on some Saturday afternoon traditional entertainment .
With jokes, balloons and magic this will prove to be a spell binding time for most youngsters.
Ricardo's Punch & Judy, is a traditional show that goes back in time, a classic story about Punch, his wife Judy and of course the baby, there is also Joey the clown, the policeman, the crocodile, and of course the ghost that comes after Mr Punch
We look forward to seeing you and your families enjoying this event.
Come and join us for a “Three in one” experience…
…75 years of NPTC history by Andrew Foulkes, followed by Peter Quiller’s one act play ‘BLIND DATE’ and then get the chance to join the cast for a Q & A session afterwards.
Q & A Session
75 years of
Northenden Players Theatre Club
from the play ‘BLIND DATE’
Bring the children along on the Friday afternoon for a spooky hour of games, crafts , scary cake and biscuit decorating, face painting, competitions, halloween decorations , ghostly story time and much more . Dress up as your favourite halloween character ready for trick or treating over the weekend.
All children must be accompanied by an adult , drinks and a snack provided.