Green Room Productions

 

Woolgatherers Green Room Productions
To inspire an interest in drama for the younger generation The Woolgatherers Of Heswall have formed a young adult group called Woolgatherers Green Room Productions.

We aim to support and nurture young talent to enable them to manage and promote their own productions.

Tickets are available to buy online. Simply click on the link below and type West Kirby into the search box. Select the Find Event button, then all you have to do is decide which performance you want to come to see.

 Buy Tickets here  when next production is announced

Last Production

Another Fine Mess

A light comedy

Performances 5th, 6th & 7th April 2019 

at West Kirby Arts Centre

 

Previous Productions

An Ideal Husband

Directed by Adam Stubbs

West Kirby Arts Centre

Friday 7th to Sunday 9th September 2018

The Woolgatherers and Green Room Productions presented
An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde

Sir Robert Chilton is a successful MP with a beautiful wife and a charming family. However, when he is confronted by Mrs Cheveley, who possesses a secret Sir Robert would rather the world would never knew, he finds himself in quite a pickle. To save himself from scandal and ruin, he must enlist the help of his friend and confidant, the charming, witty and ( long term ) batchelor Lord Goring.

One of Wilde’s most recognised and performed plays.

CAST:-

Phil Murray                  Sir Robert Chiltern

Matthew Johnston      Lord Goring

Amy Jane                      Mrs Cheveley

Helena Hill                   Lady Chiltern

Fiona Williams            Mabel Chiltern

Mike Jones                    Lord Caversham

Sarah Evans                 Lady Markby

Eleanor Harrison        Lady Basildon

Paul Murray                 Mason/Phipps

 

Defenestrated

Tuesday 15th to Thursday 17th August 2017

Heswall Hall

Written by Elliott Kinnear
Directed by Phil Murray

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PREVIOUS PRODUCTIONS:

4.48 Psychosis 

Adapted & Produced by Elliot Kinnear

14th to 16th March 2017 at Heswall Hall

4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane tells the emotional autobiographical story of Kane towards the end of her life. Plagued by mental illness and a difficult life, she has decided to commit suicide. In the final reflective hours of her life, she contemplates the highs and lows of her recent experiences, her struggles, and the lessons she has learned as a result. This deeply moving and artistic performance follows a narrative personal to Sarah Kane herself, restructured for the stage by Elliot Kinnear and performed by the talented young cast of The Woolgatherers’ Green Room Productions.

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Tartuffe  by Moliere

Directed by Adam Stubbs

at Heswall Hall 23rd to 25th August 2016

Cast:

Tartuffe                                       Clayton Travis    

Orgon                                           Elliot Kinnear     

Elmire                                         Helena Parker     

Dorine                                         Jayde Hughes   

Damis                                           Matt Johnston    

Mariane                                       Morgan Bromhead     

Cleante                                        Phil Murray       

Madame Pernelle                       Abbey Fitzhenry      

Valere                                           Lee Crosbie    

Monsieur Loyal                           Adam Stubbs    

The Officer                                 Paul Murray    

Tech & Lighting     Steve Schroeder   and    Alex Day

Thanks also to Dawn Burgess, Terry Collister, Martin Platt and The Riverside Legacy

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The Ghost Listener, written and directed by Elliot Kinnear, was performed from Tuesday 26th January to Thursday 28th January 2016, at Heswall Hall

“In a dingy boarding-house in Victorian London, the lonely and destitute Samuel Hakeswille wakes to find that all of his fellow occupants have mysteriously disappeared. In his efforts to discover what befell them, he recounts the year leading up this strange morning, in which he attempted to reach beyond the boundaries of science with the construction of a sinister machine. As he remembers the dark and tragic sequence of events which took him from a comfortable pursuit of research to a psychologically-damaging obsession, he attempts to piece together a solution to the mystery now before him, all whilst living with the terrible knowledge of his dreadful invention – a device which would allow him to hear the voices of the dead.

Cast:

Samuel Hakesville            Alex Bishop

Fr Thomas Cargill            Adam Stubbs

Elizabeth Hill                   Morgan Bromhead

Lt Gerald Campion          Alex Lewis

Mrs Agatha Holbrooke    Jayde Hughes

Inspector Gorringe          Matthew Johnson

Mrs Marianne Perks        Emily Tingle

Frank Jameson                 Paul Murray

The Ghost Listener

Listener