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Puss in Boots

Our play in a week production 2018

 

 

Do you remember...

We're very proud of every show we have made here at

GLJ Theatre! It helps us create more magic in the future... Why not take a look below at some of our past productions...

Pinocchio

Our 2018 Community Show

 

Aladdin

Performed by GLJ Youth Theatre

James and the

Giant Peach

Performed by GLJ Youth Theatre

 

Good Friday

Good Friday is a very important day in the Christian word. GLJ Blackout was delighted to join in the celebrations in Rushden with some street performances. 

A Christmas Carol

Monday 11th - Tuesday 12th December 2017

Location: Glamis Hall, Wellingborough

Directed by: Gary L Johnson
Original book by: Bart Lee

Produced by GLJ Theatre and Glamis Hall For All 

Lyrics and music by: Pete Cox

Assistant Director: Laura Dorling

Wardrobe Mistress: Sarah Gouffini

A Christmas Carol tells the story of Scrooge through the eyes of a family of mice. See what happens when Scrooge meets the ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, Christmas Future - will he become a different man or will he forever be a BA HUMBUG!

Alice the musical

Alice The Musical is Paul Boyd's acclaimed adaptation of the books of Lewis Carroll and is his most popular production. It’s proved to be a big hit time and time again with audiences, critics and producers alike. Telling the ...story of Alice and her attempts to escape from the Queen of Hearts in Wonderland this full-scale musical is performed by our community company, led by the sassy Cheshire Cat, and features the songs “What’ya Gonna Do?”, “The Walrus and the Carpenter” and “The White Knight’s Song” as well as Alice’s haunting ballad, “Home”, the Queen of Hearts’ show-stopper “Have Heart”, the Caterpillar’s outrageous samba “Nothing Here Makes Sense” and a seven-minute mega-mix finale that has audiences on their feet cheering for more!

Robin Hood

Our first Play in a week production!

 

The Snow Queen

DATE: 28th March
Location: Earls Barton Methodist Church

The Snow Queen is out for revenge and is starting to get angry for the lose of her Father, but is it fare to take it out on a little boy?
 

The Emperors New Clothes

DATE: 27th March
Location: Glamis Hall, Wellingborough

Paper has always been present 
throughout our lifetimes… throughout our history, 
and we’re sure it will be throughout our future. 
We see it every day on our desks. Our grandparents used it to read 
accounts about what the world would be like in 50 years. Ancestors of years gone by started using it to keep a record of key events. 
Paper has been the tool to preserve our history, and paper will be the tool
 to document our future. 

Plain as Paper

DATE: 3rd - 20th August 2016
Location: Edinburgh FRINGE Festival 

Paper has always been present throughout our lifetimes… throughout our history, and we’re sure it will be throughout our future. We see it every day on our desks. Our grandparents used it to read accounts about what the world would be like in 50 years. Ancestors of years gone by started using it to keep a record of key events. Paper has been the tool to preserve our history, and paper will be the tool to document our future. 
 

The Pied Piper

DATE: 12th March 2016
Location: Glamis Hall, Wellingborough

We have rats in the shops, 

We have rats in the church, 

We have rats in our pants! We need help - we need to return this town to the great town it once was!

Only one man can save the day and that is the man in the cape!

Be careful not to give any gosip away to the paperboy as he is waiting for somthing bad to happen! Can Mrs Mayor save the day or are the rats here to stay!
 

Company Information

Director: Gary L Johnson

Stage Manager: Laura Dorling 

Assistant: George Henry