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Current Production 

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by Marc Camoletti, adapted by Robin Hawdon

25 May – 3 June 2023 at 8pm; Matinée: Saturday 3 June at 2.30pm

Tickets: £14

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Bernard is planning a romantic weekend with his Parisian mistress, while his wife, Jacqueline is away. He has arranged for a cook to prepare gourmet delights and has invited his best friend Robert along as alibi. What could possibly go wrong? Well…. suppose Robert turns up, not realising why he’s been invited. Suppose Jacqueline and Robert are secret lovers and she’s determined not to leave for the weekend. Suppose the cook has to pretend to be the mistress and the mistress is unable to cook. Suppose everyone’s alibi gets confused with everyone else’s. An evening of hilarious confusion ensues.

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This amateur production of ‘Don’t Dress for Dinner’ is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd. concordtheatricals.co.uk

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Coming Soon 

Persuasion WEB


by Jane Austen, adapted by Tim Luscombe

29 June – 8 July 2023 at 8pm; Matinée: Saturday 8 July at 2.30pm

Tickets: £12 on opening night; £14 on all subsequent performances

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Anne Elliot fell deeply in love with a handsome young naval officer, Frederick Wentworth, at the age of nineteen. But because he had neither fortune nor rank to recommend him, Anne’s mentor and friend, Lady Russell, persuaded her to break off the engagement. Eight years later, Anne has lived to regret her decision. She never stopped loving Frederick – and when he returns from sea a Captain, she can only watch as every eligible young woman falls at his feet. Can the pair rekindle a love that was lost but not forgotten? This new adaptation was commissioned and first produced by Salisbury Playhouse in 2011.

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This amateur production is presented by arrangement with THE PRODUCTION EXCHANGE

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Young Players

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by William Shakespeare

Friday 21 July 2022 at 7.30pm
Saturday 22 July 2022 at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Tickets £8 – on sale now

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Join the Young Players this July for a brand-new adaptation of Shakespeare’s much-loved play, Romeo and Juliet, where you’ll find yourself in the middle of a market brawl between two households, rivals in the cut-throat world of competing coffee shops! It’s fun and energetic with all the conflict and romance you’d expect to find in this play. 

Our protagonists find themselves in a tricky situation, so Romeo goes to seek some friendly advice from “Friars”, the local barbers. The play takes a deadly turn for our lovers when an extremely important letter goes missing (rumour has it that the nurse used it to throw away her chewing gum!), leaving our piano playing hero, Romeo, with no choice other than to visit the dodgy owner of “Superdrug” to help him. 

The play reaches a devastating end but before that we’ll make sure the toe taping tunes and vibrant cast make you leave the theatre with a smile and an understanding of what the heck has just happened in the last hour and a half (yes, don’t worry, Shakespeare doesn’t have to be three hours long!) Suitable for all ages, 5 to 95.

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Monday 5 June 2023 at 8pm 

Tickets: £5 – on sale now

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With a screenplay by Kazuo Ishiguro, Living is the story of an ordinary man, reduced by years of oppressive office routine to a shadow existence, who at the eleventh hour makes a supreme effort to turn his dull life into something wonderful – into one he can say has been lived to the full. 
1953. A London shattered by WWII is still recovering. Williams (Bill Nighy), a veteran civil servant, is an important cog within the city’s bureaucracy as it struggles to rebuild. Buried under paperwork at the office, lonely at home, his life has long felt empty and meaningless. Then a shattering medical diagnosis forces him to take stock – and to try and grasp fulfilment before it goes beyond reach. At a seaside resort, chaperoned by a local decadent (Tom Burke), he flirts with hedonism before rejecting it as his solution. Back in London he finds himself drawn to the natural vitality of Margaret (Aimee Lou Wood), a young woman who once worked under his supervision and is now determined to spread her wings. Then one evening he is struck by a revelation – one as simple as it is profound – and with a new energy, and the help of Peter (Alex Sharp), an idealistic new recruit to his department, he sets about creating a legacy for the next generation.

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The Miller Centre Theatre Company and the Miller Centre Club respect the diverse ethnic, faith, sexual orientation and lifestyles of our community, audience and membership and have in place policies to cover Anti-Bullying and Harassment, Equality and Diversity and the Safeguarding of Young People and Adults at Risk.

Pamela Cuthill, our Safeguarding Officer, has recently updated our various policies which can be viewed and downloaded here.

These policies include full details of our obligations and responsibilities together with contact information and the complaints procedure. All members are encouraged to familiarise themselves with these policies.