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Legally Blonde

17 - 22 February

Witham Operatic Workshop

Legally Blonde

Music and lyrics by Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin. Book by Heather Hach.

Based on the novel Legally Blonde by Amanda Brown and the 2001 film of the same name. It tells the story of Elle Woods, a sorority girl who enrols at Harvard Law School to win back her ex-boyfriend Warner. She discovers how her knowledge of the law can help others, and successfully defends exercise queen Brooke Wyndham in a murder trial.

  • Performances start at 7.30pm. Saturday matinee at 2.30pm. Doors open at 7.00pm/2.00pm
  • Tickets £12.50 - £15. Concession £9.50 (restrictions apply). Monday all seats £8.50.
  • Tel. 0300 201 0080
  • Book online at wow.org.uk
  • Tickets also available from the Visitor Information Centre at Witham Town Hall
Live Wrestling in Witham

11 April

WrestleForce

Live Wrestling in Witham

The superstars of WrestleForce return to the Witham Public Hall for another evening of high flying action that the whole family can enjoy! Cheer on your favourite heroes as they do battle against the rule breaking villains! Featuring breathtaking stunts, larger than life characters and incredible interaction, WrestleForce delivers a 2 hour spectacular unlike anything you've ever experienced!

  • Performance starts at 6.00pm. Doors open at 5.30pm
  • Tickets £12, concessions £10, family ticket £35. Front row £16, concessions £14, family ticket £48
  • 75p booking fee applies
  • Save 10% off these prices by booking at least 1 week in advance!
  • Tel. 0345 017 8717
  • Tickets also available from the Visitor Information Centre at Witham Town Hall
Book Tickets
The Hunchback of Notre Dame

15 - 18 April

The Essex Group

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Following in the footsteps of his most famous work, Les Miserables, Victor Hugo's masterpiece The Hunchback of Notre Dame is The Essex Group's next production. The group's highly acclaimed production of Les Miserables will be remembered by Witham audiences and this show will not disappoint either. A heartfelt story-telling musical that has a great score, moments of great humour and a true, unprecedented love story full of intrigue and heart-stopping tension.

  • Performances start at 7.30 pm (Sat. matinee at 2.30pm). Doors open at 7.00pm (2.00pm)
  • Tickets £18/£19. Concessions £16/£17.
  • Tel. 01376 567677
  • Book online at tickets2c
  • Tickets also available from the Visitor Information Centre at Witham Town Hall
Annie Get Your Gun

27 April - 2 May

Witham Amateur Operatic Society

Annie Get Your Gun

By Irving Berlin

Rough-and-tumble Annie Oakley is the best shot around. A backwoods gal, Annie uses her skill to support her family by selling the game she hunts. When she’s discovered by Buffalo Bill and persuaded to join his Wild West Show, Annie is plucked from obscurity and becomes the toast of Europe - and along the way meets her match in Frank Butler, Bills leading man and star marksman. Irving Berlin’s score is crammed with one hit song after another, including There’s No Business Like Show Business, Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better, and They Say It’s Wonderful.

  • Performances start at 7.30 pm (Sat. matinee at 2.30pm). Doors open at 7.00pm (2.00pm)
  • Tickets £12.50 - £15. Concessions £10.Monday all seats £9
  • Tel. 0300 201 0080
  • Book online at tickets2c
  • Tickets also available from the Visitor Information Centre at Witham Town Hall
Eastern Angles - Red Skies

22 May

Witham Public Hall Trust/Eastern Angles

Red Skies

Red Skies features two of Suffolk’s most famous residents, George Orwell and Arthur Ransome, and asks what would have happened if they had met? It starts in Southwold Harbour, where Orwell’s father was dying and Ransome, along with his wife Evgenia, was sailing out of Pin Mill. Orwell is about to write 'Animal Farm' and is intrigued that Ransome is married to the former secretary of Russia’s revolutionary leader, Trotsky. With Orwell’s suspicion of spies and Ransome’s inability to explain how they got out of Russia, sparks could fly...

  • Performance starts at 7.45pm. Doors open at 7.15pm
  • Tickets £12, senior citizens and children under16 £11
  • 75p booking fee applies
  • Tel. 0345 017 8717
  • Tickets also available from the Visitor Information Centre at Witham Town Hall
Book Tickets
The Late Henry Moss

17 - 20 June

Witham Dramatic Club

The Late Henry Moss

By Sam Shepard

Two brothers, Earl and Ray, return to their home town in Bernalillo New Mexico upon the mysterious death of their estranged father, Henry. Over a bottle of bourbon and a box of old photographs, they try to reconcile their very different childhood memories.
Earl’s version of Henry’s death doesn’t add up; so Ray determines to find the truth. As Ray plays detective we encounter Henry’s bizarre collection of friends as the story of his last days is uncovered.
Family tensions are blown apart as Ray discovers more than he’d bargained for…

  • Performances start at 7.45pm. Doors open at 7.15pm
  • Tickets £12.50. Concession £10.50 (Wednesday and Thursday only).
  • Tel. 0345 017 8717
  • Book online at withamdramatic.co.uk
  • Tickets also available from the Visitor Information Centre at Witham Town Hall