What’s On at Hyde Little Theatre

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Dick Whittington ~ 4th – 9th December 2017

ODick Whittington Panto Posterur next production is our annual Pantomime, Dick Whittington 4th – 9th December 2017.

Directed by Seb. Lassandro

Fabulous family entertainment!

With the aid of his new feline companion, Dick Whittington sets off to London to seek his fortune. However, the evil King Rat has other ideas…

Join us for our traditional family Pantomime, written by expert Panto-smith, Barry Crossley.

Curtain Up: 7.15pm

Tickets £10 Concessions £8.00 (except Saturday evening).

Bookings Please call:  0161 612 1666



Goodnight Mr Tom ~ 14th – 17th February 2018

One of the most uplifting stories ever written, Michelle Magorian’s stunning Goodnight Mister Tom is brought gloriously to life in this stage adaptation by David Wood – the UK’s ‘National Children’s Dramatist’ (The Times). Set during the dark and dangerous build-up to the Second World War, Goodnight Mister Tom follows sad young William Beech, who is evacuated to the idyllic English countryside and builds a remarkable and moving friendship with the elderly recluse Tom Oakley. All seems perfect until William is devastatingly summoned by his mother back to London.

Directed by Carla Stokes.

Tickets: 0161 368 8771



On The Piste ~ 18th – 21st April 2018

Join ski instructors Tony, Isobel, Michelle and Marie in an avalanche of laughs as they take us on the piste in Chamonix. From first timers to brits abroad, Dave, Bev, Chris and Alison take to the slopes and the sauna as the ski novices try to impress.

Directed by Kerry Ely.


Tickets: 0161 368 8771



Blood Brothers – the play ~ 13th – 16th June 2018

Blood Brothers is the hugely popular play by the well-known author of Educating Rita, Willy Russell. It is perceptive, hugely entertaining, funny and thought-provoking. It tells the tale of twin brothers who are born into a large working-class family and what happens when their mother decides to have one of them adopted. Blood Brothers looks at the differences and conflicts of their upbringings, their relationships with each other and with their real and adopted mothers.

A compelling play and absolute “must-see”. 

Directed by Richard Parker.

Tickets: 0161 368 8771