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Directed by David Stacey

Set in 1940s New York , ‘the worst singer in the world’ was the performer everyone wanted to see. Based on the true story of Florence Foster-Jenkins, an enthusiastic soprano whose pitch was far from perfect, this hilarious and heart-warming comedy has something for everyone.

The delusional and joyous Florence paid little attention to her critics, surrounding herself with a circle of devoted friends who were almost as eccentric as she was. She throws charity recitals and extravagant balls as well as a bizarre recording session before her ultimate triumph at Carnegie Hall.

All tickets £12

The Monstrum
15 February - 18 February
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In a cold village on the edge of nowhere, a disease has broken out, infecting the young and transforming them into monstrous creatures. The villagers fearfully watch their children for symptoms of the disease, whilst the Mayor has adopted tough measures for dealing with those who are infected.

When Bolek, the local scholar, makes a breakthrough in finding a cure, few are prepared for the gruesome nature of the treatment. But with his own daughter showing signs of infection, there is no choice than to stop the terrible disease dead in its tracks.

Tickets £12, Students £6

The Happiest Days Of Your Life
8 March - 18 March
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Following a bumbling error at the Ministry Of Education, the young men of Nutbourne Boys School are forced to share with St Swithin’s School For Girls. This amuses the two head teachers and leads to all manner of chaotic goings on, however the two are forced to come to an uneasy alliance in the hope of averting major trouble.

In the true sense of farce, confusion reigns as the Heads try to cope with the ensuing chaos whilst seeking to conceal from the parents that the girls are now sharing a school that’s full of boys! One-liners run rampant in this story of bureaucratic incompetence amid post-war trials, a masterpiece of English etiquette and stiff upper lip under pressure.

All tickets £12

Twelfth Night
23 March - 24 March
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A gender-blind repertory company with absolute clarity at the heart of their approach. An authentic Shakespearean experience for the 21st century dripping with energy, packed with ingenuity, delivered for (and with) the audience.

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Wokingham Theatre is a thriving amateur group. The theatre presents 8 'main' shows each year in a season that runs from mid-September through to the end of July. Each show normally runs for nine nights, opening on Thursday and running to the following... more >>


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