'Wyrd Sisters' reviews

We've had so many lovely comments from our audiences so far:

"We enjoyed the fantastic performance by Lads theatre, lots of laughs, don't miss out on this great performance"

"So good! Really enjoyed it."

"Wyrd Sisters is the fourth play delivered by LADS we have had the pleasure to attend. Every single play we have attended has delivered in buckets! If you haven’t been to one you have no idea what you’re missing out on. Keep a lookout for their next performance and go! We certainly will be!"

It's not too late to see it. We are performing this Friday evening at Kinnerley Parish Hall, followed by a Saturday evening performance and Sunday afternoon matinee at Hermon Chapel, Oswestry. Click on our 'Buy tickets' page to find out more or book your seats. Or you can phone 01691 830558 to put tickets by on the door. 

Family-friendly show with lots of fun! 

Summer production

Terry Pratchett’s weird world of witches, dukes and demons is brought to the stage by LADS. Fancy a summer pantomime? Well, all the elements are here....oh yes they are! There is good vs evil, weak vs powerful, spills and spells, and a love story between a witch and a jester.  The cast and director (Keith Clarke) are working hard to bring each strange, wonderful and very funny character to life. Expect magic, explosions, broomsticks, actors acting actors, and a bladder-on-a-stick! LADS are delighted to welcome you to the weird, weird world of Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters.

Performances as follows

Friday 7th & Saturday 8th July, 7.45pm - Llanymynech Village Hall

Sunday 9th July, 2.30pm - Rhydycroesau Village Hall

Friday 14th July, 7.45pm - Kinnerley Parish Hall

Saturday 15th July, 7.45pm & Sunday 16th July, 2.30pm - Hermon Arts, Oswestry

Tickets available HERE

One Act Plays

Every year, LADS competes in the Montgomeryshire Community Drama Association One Act Drama Festival - an arena in which we have had many triumphs, including qualifying for last year's Welsh final and coming away with the Best Actress (Wales) trophy for Rebecca Smith.

This year, we have two entries. Our home audience will be able to enjoy these plays on 14th and 15th April at Llanymynech, before we take them to the competition at Berriew (20th-22nd April). 

First up is 'The Attic', written by Robert Scott and directed by Keith Clarke. 'The Attic' is a modern ghost story, mixing a contemporary couple with a strange Victorian past - do you dare watch? Starring Callum Langston-Bolt, Rebecca Smith, and Judith and Robert Townsley. Guaranteed to give you chills!

'Choice', written and directed by Marg Kynaston, is our second play. A young chancer thinks he's found an easy target in Dorothy and Eileen, but will he get his way? Someone is not going to like the choice they have to make. Marg has previously won multiple Festival awards for her writing and is on top form with this taut and darkly-funny drama. Taking part are Marg, Suzannah Smith and Richard Kipling

Dead On Time

What a fabulous time we had! Our 30th anniversary production, 'Dead On Time', drew in audiences new (at Montford) and loyal (at Llanymynech) to celebrate three decades of theatrical adventures for the LADS. Here's to the next thirty years!