Performances

Oct ’18 – Comfort and Joy

A Mike Harding classic, this Christmas themed play tells the tale of a family Christmas.  A great bawdy Northern comedy the audiences of Barnsley will love.

EVENT DETAILS

Tickets £8 (£6 concessions)
Dates 3rd to 6th October 2018
Call 07510 967772
Email boxoffice@trinityplayersbarnsley.com
Web https://www.trinityplayersbarnsley.com

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Jan ‘19 – Scarlett and the Enchanted Forest

Remember Red Riding Hood?
Her Granny?
The wolf?
Let’s move on.
This is Scarlett!

Trinity’s annual panto. Come along. You won’t be disappointed. 

EVENT DETAILS

Tickets £8 (£6 concessions) – £22 family ticket
Dates 18th, 19th and 20th January 2019
25th, 26th and 27th January 2019
Call 07510 967772
Email boxoffice@trinityplayersbarnsley.com
Web https://www.trinityplayersbarnsley.com

Click here to download the printing pack

July ’18 – Blood Brothers

Trinity Players bring you the play version of Blood Brothers.  From 4th to 7th July 2018.  A premier for the Trinity Players Barnsley.

April ’18 – When We Are Married

JB Priestly at his finest!  When We Are Married – April 2018

A tribute to the late, great Bill Moss

EVENT DETAILS

Tickets £8 (£6 concessions)
Dates 18th, 19th, 20th, 21th April 2018
Call 07510 967772
Email boxoffice@trinityplayersbarnsley.com
Web https://www.trinityplayersbarnsley.com

January ’18 – Cinderella The Pantomime

Cinders is BACK!  Grab your tickets.  They’re selling fast

EVENT DETAILS

Tickets £7 (£6 concessions) – £20 family ticket – 1st night 2 for 1
Dates 12th, 13th, 14th, 19th and 20th January 2018
Call 07510 967772
Email boxoffice@trinityplayersbarnsley.com
Web https://www.trinityplayersbarnsley.com

October ’17 – It Runs In The Family

From Ray Cooney, Britain’s master farceur (Two Into One, Run For Your Wife, etc). Set in a hospital, “It Runs in the Family” contains the usual assortment of farcical nuts running in and out of doors mistaking everybody for someone else, as Dr. Mortimore tries to fend off a paternity suit, an ex-wife, a punkish son and various other lunatics so that he may, at last, deliver the Ponsonby Lecture in an international conference.

REVIEWS
“My glasses steamed up with laughter…A must for the bruised in spirit and the young at heart.” – The Sunday Times, London

“Tickles the funny bones quite shamelessly.” – Sunday Express, London

“As in every good farce from Ben Travers to Joe Orton, the location becomes a madhouse filled with an epidemic of unbridled lunacy.” – London Financial Times

EVENT DETAILS

Tickets £7 (£6 concessions)
Dates 11th to 14th October 2017
Call 07510 967772
Email boxoffice@trinityplayersbarnsley.com
Web https://www.trinityplayersbarnsley.com

June ’17 – Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

Lord Arthur Savile, employs Mr Septimus R. Podgers, a chiromantist, who reads his palm and tells him that his future is to be a murderer. Lord Arthur therefore concludes that he must commit a murder before he can marry.

As his murderous plan take form, there are twists and turns along the way which will leave you thoughtful as the play develops and concludes.

This is a truly enjoyable tale from one of Ireland’s greatest playwrights.

14th to 17th June 2017
Call 01226 200075
E-Mail enquiries@barnsleylamproom.com
Web http://www.barnsleylamproom.com

Programmes

Programme_1810_Comfort and Joy

Programme_1807_BloodBrothers

Programme – 1804 When We Are Married

Programme_1801_Cinderella

Programme_1710_ItRunsInTheFamily

Programme_1706_Lord_Arthur_Savile

Programme_1701_SleepingBeauty

Programme_1610_AMurderisAnnounced

Programme_1607_OppositeSex

Programme_1605_AbigailsParty

Programme_1601_JackandtheBeanstalk

Programme_1510_SeeHowTheyRun

Programme_1506_WhseLife

Programme_1501_SnowWhite

Programme_1409_BestServedCold

Programme_1405_HomeisWhereYourClothesAre

Programme_1401_RobinHood

Programme_1310_NotWithaBang

Programme_1305_SideEffects

Jan ’17 – Sleeping Beauty

13th, 14th, 15th, 20th and 21st January 2017

£7 (£6 concessions)  First night 2 for 1  Family tickets £20  Group bookings on request.

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Oct ’16 – A Murder is Announced

~ A Murder is Announced ~

The villagers of Chipping Cleghorn are summoned by a newspaper notice to the house of Letitia Blacklock, anticipating a murder game. But things become too real when someone is shot dead.

5th to 8th October 2016

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July 2016 – The Opposite Sex

~ The Opposite Sex ~

David Tristram, author of What’s For Pudding?, turns his attention to marital infidelity and its warring consequences in this adult-humoured comedy. Mark and Vicky and Judith and Eric have something in common and a chance meeting could have made for a pleasant social evening. Unfortunately, as they all come face to face, the common denominator turns out to be that they each had an affair with their opposite partner and it isn’t long before the air is thick with insults, black eyes and broken china!

13th to 16th July 2016

 

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May ’16 – Abigail’s Party

~ Abigail’s Party ~

18th to 21st May 2016
Followed by an appearance at the
Wakefield Drama Festival on Wednesday 1st June

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Jan ’16 – Jack and the Beanstalk

Tickets £6.50 and £5.50 concessions.
Family Tickets (2+2) £20.
First night Two for One.

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Oct ’15 – See How They Run

A ripping yarn of mistaken identity, headlong humour and tense comic situations.  Directed by John Parker and playing from 14th to 17th October 2015.

June ’15 – Whose Life is it Anyway?

Whose Life is it Anyway tells the story of Ken Harrison, an artist that makes sculptures. One day he is involved in a car accident, and is paralyzed from his neck. All he can do is talk, and he wants to die.

In hospital he make friends with some of the staff, and they support him when he goes to trial to be allowed to die.