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Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch, in northeast London, has announced its Autumn Season 2011.
26 Aug to 17 Sep 2011
The Young Ones, by John Plews, based on the motion picture The Young Ones Original screenplay by Peter Myers and Ronnie Cass. Directed by Matt Devitt. A rock ‘n’ roll musical comedy. London, 1961! Nicky and his friends are fighting to save their Youth Club from demolition. Determined not to let a ruthless property tycoon spoil their fun, they decide to put on a show and raise enough cash to stop the bulldozers.
30 Sep to 15 Oct 2011
Up'N'Under, by John Godber. Directed by Bob Carlton. More interested in the scrum at the bar than on the rugby field, The Wheatsheaf Arms are famous for never winning a match! When Arthur bets his old rival Reg that he can lead this bunch of jokers to victory against the unbeaten Cobblers Arms, he’s got everything to lose. With their pride at stake they drag themselves out of the pub and onto the pitch to accept the help of a coach who just happens to be an attractive woman.
28 Oct to 19 Nov 2011
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, by Chris Bond adapted from the classic by Robert Louis Stevenson. Directed by Matt Devitt. Behind a mysterious cellar door in his secret laboratory, the renowned Dr Jekyll experiments with a potion that’s powerful enough to split a personality in two. When Dr Jekyll drinks his drug he is transformed into the depraved Mr Hyde and unleashes murderous havoc in the murky underworld of Victorian London. You may think you know the story – but not told like this!
3 Dec 2011 to 14 Jan 2012
Cinderella, pantomime by Bob Carlton. Music and lyrics by Carol Sloman. Directed by Bob Carlton, designed by Mark Walters. Join Cinderella on a magical adventure from rags to riches as The Fairy Godmother transforms her into a dazzling beauty fit for a Prince!