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Malvern, WR14 3HA

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December 2020

  Unfortunately this event has been postponed indefinitely. If you originally purchased tickets online, you will receive an automatic refund to your original method of payment.  If you purchased tickets directly through the box office, we will contact you in order to issue a refund.  Alternatively, please call the box office on 01684 892277, Mon-Fri 10am-12pm. Please email rachel@malvern-theatres.co.uk if you have any queries regarding your refund.  

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  Book Signing and Reading with Author Amelia Marriette  Amelia Marriette grew up in Malvern and has had a long relationship with Malvern Theatre Players; they have performed all of her original dramatic pieces and adaptations. Her adaptation of Wind in the Willows will be in the repertoire from December 15th 2020 to 2nd January 2021. Amelia relocated to Austria in 2015. Her new book Walking into Alchemy traces her life from Malvern to Devon and to her new home.…

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April 2021

My Dearest Kate

17th April 2021 7:00 pm

  Mistral Productions It is often difficult to believe that many historical figures were not what they seemed behind their façade of fame and respectability.  Yet the man whose works earned him a reputation as the greatest novelist of the Victorian era hid the bleak reality of an increasingly strained and unhappy union to Catherine Hogarth, seperating from her after 22 years, considering her to have become mentally disordered and an unfit mother.  On her deathbed in 1879, she handed a collection of…

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The Rise and Fall of Little Voice

19th April 2021 - 24th April 2021

  Malvern Theatre Players (Resident Company of the Coach House Theatre) 44th Season The Rise and Fall of Little Voice  By Jim Cartwright  Little Voice has a hidden talent. Alone in her room with only her dead father’s record collection for company, she sings along with the greatest divas of the 20th century with a voice that is pure gold. Downstairs, her hard drinking mother Mari is on the rampage – she’s after booze and a working phone line. When…

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May 2021

Kemp’s Jig

1st May 2021 7:30 pm

  "And let those that play your clowns say no more than is set down" - advice that Will Kemp may have done well to follow! In 1600 Will Kemp, the most famous comic and clown of his generation and Will Shakespeare, most famous playwright in history, fell out in an argument over a play. Shakespeare stayed in London, writing for The Lord Chamberlain's Men and producing the plays still renowned the world over. Kemp embarked on a bizarre PR…

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