London Repertory Players- Noel Coward’s Private Lives
Noel Coward’s Private Lives. The celebrated frothy 1930s comedy starring Barbara Dryhurst and Mark Spalding 'Two hours of comic bliss' - Daily Telegraph.
We are traditional family-friendly seaside summer repertory playing 5 different shows in the five weeks of high summer at affordable prices!
Elyot and Amanda meet while on honeymoon. The problem is they used to be married to each other…
Extra Saturday 3pm matinee!
Traditional repertory theatre has been alive and well at the wonderful Shelley Theatre in Bournemouth this summer offering a timely reminder of the rapport that can be built between a small team of actors and regular weekly audiences. Jeremy Miles www.dancingledge.com
Here are a few local reviews:
Many a mature theatre-goer looks back fondly on the era of weekly rep. In those days, a cast could be rehearsing one production in the daytime and performing another at night. London Repertory Company have revived that tradition at Boscombe’s Shelley Theatre last summer. They’re back this year with five plays in as many weeks – and they’re changing plays midweek so that holiday-makers can see more than one production during their stay.
Darren Slade, Bournemouth Echo.
How pleasing to be among an opening-night full house – who added cheers to whole-hearted applause at the curtain.
Put simply, a thoroughly enjoyable evening at the theatre. London Repertory Players and their annual season at this excellent little theatre is hopefully now established as an annual summer event. This small team of actors working under producer/director Vernon Thompson seem to have a rare understanding of the kind of thrillers and comedies that work in a situation like this.
Phil Vivian, Sceneoneplus.
Images taken from plays in 2018
See www.londonrepertoryplayers.co.uk for more information.
For tickets please call 01202 413600 or www.shelleytheatre.co.uk
Early bird – See all five plays for £60 if booking before 19th July 2019.
Please contact for further information
No performances on Wednesdays or Sundays