Thursday, 7 June 2018

And its show week!

'Improbable Fiction' has arrived! We opened last night to a highly amused audience. With forty  costume changes and over 80 sound/light/music cues, its a play not to be missed. Tickets can be reserved by calling 01708 782118.




Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Next show now in rehearsal!

Our next play will be Alan Ayckbourn's zany, imaginative comedy Improbable Fiction. A group of six aspiring writers meet on a winter's night to discuss their work ... or lack of it. What unfolds next  is a wild and whacky fantasy of the story which might unfold if they were to collaborate – hold on to your hats!  Fast and furious, Improbable Fiction is Guildonian’s entry into the Havering Drama Festival.

June 6-9 (Wednesday to Saturday) 8pm nightly plus 2.30pm Saturday matinee


Tuesday, 2 January 2018

Our next play - 'Night Must Fall'

Our next play is the psychological thriller by Emlyn Williams 'Night Must Fall'.  Show dates are Wednesday 14 March to Saturday 17 March with performances at 8pm nightly, plus Saturday matinee at 2.30pm. Tickets £8 - box office enquiries 01708 782118


Sunday, 12 November 2017

Our Happiest Days

We would like to thank our lovely audiences for The Happiest Days of Your Life. The houses were very full with heaps of laughter - in all the right places! We are glad that you enjoyed the show and look forward to welcoming you back next time.

We are performing our Christmas Crackers fundraiser at 8pm on  8 , 9 & 11 December (Friday, Saturday & Monday). This year's double bill will feature The Frog Prince, a one act pantomime by Emma Stacey, and a short seasonal cabaret directed by Genevieve Faulkner. Tickets (which include a mince pie and a beverage) cost £7 (£4 for age 16 and under) and are available from 01708 782118

Friday, 15 September 2017

The Happiest Days of Your Life is coming!


No, the title is not a grammatical error - The Happiest Days of Your Life by John Dighton, is our main play this season. Many of our audience will be familiar with the story as it was famously made as a film in 1950 starring Margaret Rutherford and Alastair Sim, with a young Joyce Grenfell - in several respects it was a precursor of the more anarchic St. Trinian's films.

Set after World War II, this delightful farce is about what happens when a boys' school receives the news that they are to billet another school … which turns out to be all female … and events are complicated by the arrival of the parents. A charming, whimsical show to perk up a November evening. Performances are from Wednesday 8 November to Saturday 11 November at 8pm nightly, with a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.

Tickets are £8 on the door and can be reserved by calling 01708 782118

The Little Theatre, Methodist Church, The Drive, Harold Wood, RM3 0DU

It's panto time - come early!

A chance to see us performing Emma Stacey's short potted panto 'The Frog Prince' on Saturday 23 September at Brentwood Theatre! This is our entry in the 2017 Brentwood Catholic Theatre Club Festival and it would be great to have some of our regular Harold Wood audience with us. The festival has been running for several decades, starting life in Ilford, then Romford and has been held at the Brentwood Theatre since 2009. This year there are 14 different performances from Wednesday to Saturday by a variety of local groups - the full timetable can be viewed here.  Guildonians are performing at approximately 3.50pm, but the matinee begins at 2pm and a £10 ticket admits you to all the afternoon's performances. We do hope that some of you are able to come and enjoy a varied afternoon's entertainment, and in true panto spirit, hissing and booing the villain, and cheering us on!