DISCOVER EVENTS
in Walton on Thames

THEATRE
& COMEDY


Friday 4th October 8pm
Mock Tudor Comedy Club:
ROGER MONKHOUSE,
STEPHEN BAILEY & DAVID WARD

Riverhouse Barn, Manor Road,
Walton-on-Thames, KT12 2PF

Featuring nationally known and rising stars, Mock Tudor Comedy Club brings you the best comic talent.


Friday 18th October 7:30pm
THE HIPDEEP FAMILY PLOT

Riverhouse Barn, Manor Road,
Walton-on-Thames, KT12 2PF

The harrowing, moving, ridiculous and sometimes-in-questionable-taste-but-always-entirely-true story of the most maladjusted and constantly mis-adventurous family this woe begotten world has ever seen.


Saturday 19th October 10am
Step into the Future:
VIRTUAL REALITY WORKSHOP

Riverhouse Barn, Manor Road,
Walton-on-Thames, KT12 2PF

Bright Immersive will deliver a half-day workshop enabling theatre practitioners in the borough to try VR and learn how they might unleash the potential of this new technology.


Saturday 19th October 7:30pm
AN EVENING WITH CECIL HEPWORTH

Riverhouse Barn, Manor Road,
Walton-on-Thames, KT12 2PF

Meet Hepworth's stars - Alma Taylor, Chrissie White and Henry Edwards in a performance that includes a screening of Hepworth's world- famous innovative film, 'Rescued by Rover’, the film that changed the whole history of filmmaking and marks the point when it can be said that British cinema and Walton unquestionably led the world.


Sunday 20th October 7:30pm
Quick Fix Theatre presents
THE SCOLD’S BRIDLE

Riverhouse Barn, Manor Road,
Walton-on-Thames, KT12 2PF

Step back in time to the autumn of 1965 and join the members of the Walton-on-thames Women’s society as they prepare to perform a new play written to mark the anniversary of the bizarre gifting to the town of a macabre relic, a scold’s bridle. Inspired by real events.


Thursday 24th October -
Saturday 26th October
7:30pm (Saturday matinee at 2:30pm)
D.R.A.M. The Dramatic Regional
Association of Muchleymarsh

Riverhouse Barn, Manor Road,
Walton-on-Thames, KT12 2PF

In the little-known Shropshire village of Muchleymarsh, the local amateur dramatic society has long been a staple of the community. None of the villagers seem to notice, however, that D.R.A.M. is probably the worst theatrical group in England. When Kay, the Chairwoman’s daughter, is forced to step in and direct their next production, she finds she must battle with difficult egos and a host of quirky characters, and face just as much drama offstage as on.


Monday 28th October -
Friday 1st November
INDONESIAN ARTS
HALF TERM WORKSHOPS

Riverhouse Barn, Manor Road,
Walton-on-Thames, KT12 2PF

Cultural Exchange students from Performing Arts School SMKN 10 Bandung offer workshops in Dance, Music and Theatrical styles of Sudan.


Friday 8th November 8pm
MOCK TUDOR COMEDY CLUB

Riverhouse Barn, Manor Road,
Walton-on-Thames, KT12 2PF

Featuring nationally known and rising stars, Mock Tudor Comedy Club brings you the best comic talent, including Jimmy McGhie, James Redmond and Ben Pope.


Thursday 21st November -
Saturday 23rd November 8pm
GOING GREEN

Cecil Hepworth Playhouse, Hurst Grove,
Walton-on-Thames, KT12 1AT

If you need an antidote to Brexit and the shenanigans in parliament, the Ember Players’ next production could be just for you. David Tristram’s “Going Green” is a comedy for our time. John is thinking of running for leadership of the Green party, but isn’t feeling too well (seems rather ‘ungreen’ of him). What happens next is as bizarre as it is hilarious.  


Friday 10th -
Sunday 12th January
ALADDIN PANTOMIME

The Cecil Hepworth Playhouse, Hepworth Way,
Walton-on-Thames, KT12 1AU

The Desborough Players present the wonderful Aladdin.