|Blue Remembered Hills Review
"From domineering Peter through playful Willie and stuttering Raymond to manipulative Angela, the adults portrayals as seven year olds were convincing. Retford Little Theatre has yet again demonstrated its ability to put on a very professional production."
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Founded in 1941, Retford Little Theatre is an amateur
drama group, housed in its own purpose-built theatre, generously provided by
Bassetlaw District Council.
Now in its 74th season, RLT continues to go from strength
to strength, attracting a membership of over 800 each
and playing to full houses at most performances.
The proscenium auditorium can readily be adapted to end-
or theatre-in-the-round formats, giving the
theatre enviable versatility.
Five plays are presented each season (from September
May) with extras in the form of platform productions,
visiting companies, social events and more.
New for the 74th Season: There will be a British Sign Language Interpreted performance on the 1st Saturday evening of each play. Interpreter Sarah Cox.
Retford Little Theatre can be contacted by telephone on
01777 702002 but should
your call go unanswered,
you can email us at
We look forward to welcoming you soon.
Our Next Production
Private Fears in Public Places
by Alan Ayckbourn
Friday 30th January to
Saturday 7th February 2015, 7:30pm
A tale of the misheard, the unspoken and the sadly misunderstood, absolute perfection, bringing warmth, humour, and sadness to Ayckbourn's exquisite dark comedy.
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Change to Season Production
The 39 Steps
by Patrick Barlow & John Buchan
15th - 23rd May 2015, 7:30pm
Due to licensing issues with the publishers of Outside Edge, we have had to change our scheduled production, and in its place, Retford Little Theatre is now proud to present John Buchan's The 39 Steps.
Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have The 39 Steps.
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