Coming Soon - 2020-2021
A Production By The Westovians
An all round family entertainment production.
A fun filled evening of sneak previews, improv comedy and new theatre by local playwrights.
Come and enjoy one of our Free Improv Workshops.
DANCERS REQUIRED FOR PANTO AUDITIONS!
1st September at 12noon at the Westovian Theatre Society
Some of your favourites sing a festive frolic of christmas classics to get you in the mood.
A Production By Encore
Past Events - 2019/20
This comedic thriller from one of Britain's best loved playwrights will satisfy fans of farce as much as fans of thrillers/ science fiction.
Take a tour around the beautiful building, have a trip down memory lane, whilst enjoying some refreshments and discussions with members.
An evening of short plays by local playwrights performed script in hand, which have been selected and performed by the Westovians.
Comedy - Drama. In 1934, a group of Ashington miners and a dental mechanic hired a professor to teach an Art Appreciation Class.
Following last year’s sell-out tour, The Desert Queen returns!
Come meet Gertrude Bell, adventurer, archaeologist and Northern hero.
A Production By Hands On N.E.
Inspired by the love of his terminally ill brother David, Glenn McCrory made boxing history becoming Cruiserweight Champion of the World.
A Production By Wisecrack Productions
New: Join us for an evening of comedy, drama and intrigue; all new material by local writers performed script in hand by our company.
Musical: A chronicle of the First World War, told through songs and documents in the form of a seaside pierrot entertainment of the period.
Chiller: A small group of psychically receptive people are brought together in Hill House, a mid-Victorian mansion known as a place of evil.
Past Events - 2018/19
Pantomime: An all new panto based on the classic tale of Goldilocks & The Three Bears from Tom Whalley. Tickets are selling fast!
Comedy: A fast-paced parody of the classic spy story featuring four actors playing 100+ roles.
Drama: The play centres around two families living next door to each other in typical Tyneside flats.
Drama: A play by our Junior section
Pantomime: Could a penniless laundry boy ever hope to win the love of a Royal Princess? Could he be the Chosen One?
Drama: Be My Baby follows the fortunes of Mary Adams, aged 19, unmarried and seven months pregnant.
Thriller: Who murdered Celia Wallis's husband Martin? The solution seems simple; Neville Smallwood argued with him shortly before his death.
Comedy: A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Durham is an irreverent and anarchic take on the story of the Lindisfarne Gospels.