September 2019

Boeing Boeing

  • September 4, 2019
  • 7:30 pm
  • The Wokingham Theatre

Wokingham Theatre’s new season opens with an award-winning adaptation of Marc Camoletti’s hilarious farce. Set in the swinging sixties, Boeing Boeing tells the exploits of Parisian bachelor Bernard and his three flight attendant fiancées: Italian Gabriella, German Gretchen and American Gloria. With their frequent layovers Bernard has managed to keep one up, one down and one pending. […]

October 2019

Present Laughter

  • October 16, 2019
  • 7:30 pm
  • The Wokingham Theatre

Actor Garry Essendine is at the height of his fame. He’s handsome, witty, surrounded by adoring fans, and about to take his latest theatrical hit overseas. He’s also in the middle of a raging mid-life crisis. We find him in his once-beautiful apartment, hounded from every corner: a beautiful debutante wants to bed him, an […]

November 2019

Vita and Virginia

  • November 6, 2019
  • 8:00 pm
  • The Wokingham Theatre

This two-handed season extra is based on the letters between two remarkable women of the 1920s. Novelist Virginia Woolf is 40 when she meets the aristocratic and idiosyncratic Vita Sackville-West, ten years her junior, who likes to dress in men’s clothes. Both writers and both married, the women fall in love and begin a passionate […]

December 2019

A Christmas Carol

  • December 4, 2019
  • 8:00 pm
  • The Wokingham Theatre

It’s Dickens but not as you know it, in this fun, fresh and lively adaptation of the Christmas classic. Of his version, Hutchison writes the reason he loves the story so much is the “opportunity to show that people have a second chance. There’s so much depression in the world that being able to realize […]

January 2020

Audience and The Real Inspector Hound

  • January 22, 2020
  • 7:30 pm
  • The Wokingham Theatre

Two unrelated one-act plays come together to show the role the audience plays in live theatre. Both comedies, both reflective on the notion of observing the observers, you’ll leave wondering why these two plays weren’t written as one. Frayn’s The Audience turns everything you know about theatre on its head, questioning who is the audience and who […]