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Please do not hesitate to call us for group booking discounts, available on select shows.

New Season Launch Sept 2014

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Arnold Ridley wrote the 'Ghost Train' in 1923. It is a charming but

spooky tale which has since been performed all over the UK many times.

It is also a film starring Arthur Askey.

The idea for the play came to Arnold after eerie experiences one night

waiting for a connecting train at Mangotsfield station.

Arnold Ridley is possibly best known for playing 'Godfrey' in 'Dad's

Army'. He was however a renowned actor and prolific playwright, who had

connections with the South West and Bristol.

This is an Angelhair and JDJB Production.'


Ghost Train

18th - 20th November Doors 7.30pm Show 8pm

Matinee on the 19th - Doors 2.30pm/ Show 3pm


£9 Full Price

£7 Concession Price and Matinee Price


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collection of tears by sean burn


6th November

8pm -

collector of tears is an epic love story told across four centuries by a woman who cannot age until she has cried.  instead tanya collects tears from moments of radical english history, slowly learning to fight for human rights and understanding and naming her own bisexuality forged across time.  wherever she goes she carries with her an amazing collection of glass tear bottles which she unpacks and tells their stories.  on the day of margaret thatchers resignation, tanya finally stands her ground and fights those who have hunted her and her lovers down through time; finally learning how to cry.

£9 standard £7 concession.

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WAR 100

10TH / 11TH November


Tickets - £8 and £6 concession


Doors - 7pm

Start - 7.30pm


Show running 2hours 30 mins

War 100 - Bierkeller Theatre.


War 100 - a charity production raising money for The Royal British Legion – Poppy Appeal and Help for Heroes, on the centennial anniversary of WW1, during remembrance week.


Come and witness 100 years of British war in 2 acts, by a collective of local writers. Act One depicts different stories of men and women of The Great War: those involved in battle and those left behind, following through to end of war and infused with contextualised songs. Act 2 begins showing the changing perspective in World War 2 and moving into the affect and aftermath of 9/11 on Britain, explored again through a variety of perspectives and characters, this time infused with digital media. With all proceeds going to Help for Heroes, join us in remembering the heroes of the last 100 years.


Tickets - £8 and £6 concession


Doors - 7pm

Start - 7.30pm


Show running 2hours 30 mins

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Billie Killer.


25th - 26th November 2014

Start 19.30pm

Running Time 50mins

Tickets £6 full/ £5 concession

A tragic flow inspired by a children's tale… with phantasies, masks, silence, blood, memories, ribbons and live music. Billie Killer - the tragic story of Goat who's Billies are killed by Wolf.

'Horns-growing Billies

Open to Mum Billies,

Mother brings you milk in teats

In her back a ball of salt,

Cornmeal in her heel,

In the armpits

Tuft of flowers'