It’s A Shaw House Thing

16 November 20:00

Scenes from the history of our most famous local address

Many local people will be aware of some of Shaw House’s past; its part in the Civil War, its use to billet soldiers in World War II and then as a school. But there has never been an attempt to record that history theatrically.  Now a cast of actors from Newbury Dramatic Society perform vignettes illustrating the history of the House, with a specially commissioned script written by Ann Davidson.

About the Newbury Dramatic Society
Newbury Dramatic Society is the oldest established amateur theatre group in the Newbury area. They have a dynamic and diverse membership and stage a variety of shows each year, held in interesting or unusual local venues. They have a strong partnership with the Watermill Theatres, scene of our most recent production of Maskerade in May 2017.

www.newburydramaticsociety.com

 

Shaw House  |  Thursday 16th and Friday 17th November 2017  |  Doors 7.30pm, performance 8pm

Tickets Adults £10, under 16’s £5
Available from Shaw House 01635 279279 or online below using the ‘book now’ button, this will take you to the Corn Exchange website where you can select the date and adult/child ticket options.