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Front Row Theatre Group - 20-22 March 2014

This article was published in March 2014. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Peter Gordon's 'Generations Apart'Front Row theatre group presents Peter Gordon's 'Generations Apart' from Thursday 20th to Saturday 22nd March 2014 at Eaton Bray Village Hall.

This is a very amusing romantic comedy which should appeal to all!

Cast includes Bob Stilliard, Donna Hughes, Barbara Morton, Jessica Hills and Matt Flitton.

Licensed bar from 7pm.

Only £7 per ticket. Box office open now 01525 222283.

See you there!

Front Row Theatre Group - 14-16 November 2013

This article was published in October 2013. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Cocktail Glass ( - berka)Front Row Theatre Group will be performing Alan Aykbourn's hilarious play Absurd Person Singular at Eaton Bray Village Hall from 14-16 November 2013.

Tickets £7 available from the Box Office on 01525 222283.

We'll Always Have Paris

This article was published in December 2011. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Eiffel TowerBy kind permission of Josef Weinberger
Front Row presents

We'll Always Have Paris

By Jill Hyem

Thursday – Saturday
9 – 11 February 2012
Eaton Bray Village Hall


Three ladies of a 'certain age' gravitate to Paris.

A retired headmistress, a recently widowed - and liberated - lady, and a divorcee in search of eternal youth indulge in activities which lead to some real comedy as well as pathos. This play will leave you charmed, amused, thoughtful - and singing!

Tickets £6.00 from Box Office: 01525 222283

 Licensed bar from 7.00pm, performance begins at 8.00pm

Front Row presents: Audacity

This article was published in November 2009. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

AudacityFront Row Theatre Group are putting on "Audacity" a play by Simon Mawdsley on 26-28th November in Eaton Bray Village Hall. Tickets £7 or £5 from the Box Office at 01525 222283

Philip is an average salesman, going through a messy divorce. Deciding to inject some much needed excitement and cash into his life, he devises a sure-fire get rich scheme. Realising he can't succeed alone, he enlists the help of two rather naïve business colleagues, John and Dave. With gentle persuasion from Philip, both are enticed into his get-rich-quick plan. However, when Dave and John start behaving uncharacteristically, their wives Gemma and Gillian become entangled in the plot, and things don't go quite as planned.

Stepping out in style

This article was published in April 2008. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Village theatre company Front Row will be performing musical play Stepping Out at Eaton Bray Village Hall on 17th, 18th and 19th April.

Front Row - Stepping Out

The show, written by Richard Harris, is about the lives, laughs and loves of a group of people attending a weekly tap dance class held in a dingy north London church hall.

Director Wendy Baker said: "The cast of 10 have been working extremely hard, not only developing their characters, but also perfecting the different tap dances.

"Rehearsals have been great fun and it promises to be a very funny play."

Performances take place at Eaton Bray Village Hall on Thursday April 17, Friday 18 and Saturday 19. Doors open at 7.30pm with performances beginning at 8pm.

There is a licensed bar and tickets cost just £7 each.

For more information or to book your tickets, contact the box office on 01525 221482.

Source: Focus, April 2008

Front Row Presents: Let's Pretend

This article was published in May 2007. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Local amateur theatre group

Front Row

Presents by kind permission of Warner Chappell Plays Ltd

Let's Pretend
by Vanessa Brooks

Let's Pretend

Thurs 17 - Sat 19 May 2007, 7.30pm
Eaton Bray Village Hall

The hotel Nova Paradise may have seen better days, but it's still a home away from home for the long-stay British pensioners wintering in Majorca. When the arrival of a young couple, booked into the hotel by mistake, coincides with a near-riot by hotel staff, the many layers of deceit peel away with increasing speed. The play runs the gamut of human emotions, striking a fine balance between comedy and poignancy.

Licensed Bar

Box office 01525 222283

Source: Focus, May 2007

Front Row Present: Third Week In August

This article was published in November 2006. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Amateur Village Theatre Company

Front Row

Presents by kind permission of Josef Weinberger Plays,
the hilarious Peter Gordon comedy

Third Week in August

CaravanWhen Sue tries to get away from it all on a solo caravan holiday, little does she realise that she's booked into the caravan site from hell! Taken under the wing of 'expert' caravanner Neville, he decides that a communal barbecue is the order of the day, and things really start to hot up! With a script that is sure to raise a chuckle and a cast of oddball characters (if you've ever been near a caravan site you'll recognise them all!), let's raise the steadies and check the electrics - because we're all going on a summer holiday!

Thursday 23rd, Friday 24th and Saturday 25th November
at Eaton Bray Village Hall

Box Office 01525 222283 Tickets on sale from 1st November

Source: Focus, November 2006

Missing body mystery!

This article was published in June 2006. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

After a break of a year, popular local theatre group Front Row returns to Eaton Bray Village Hall this week with a period comedy murder mystery. 'Wanted - One Body' by Charles Dyer is set in a spooky country mansion following the death of its owner, Mr Barraclough.

When solicitors arrive to read the will, they discover the body is missing from its coffin!

What part has Faith, his stepdaughter played, who is Nikkamopoloffkis and what has George got to do with it? Add to this an eccentric doctor, a miserable undertaker and assorted domestics and you have a very complex mystery!

How the solicitors solve it, with many other twists and turns along the way, makes for a very funny evening's entertainment.

So ditch the TV for a night and support your local community talent!

The play runs from Thursday June 8 through to Saturday June 10 and tickets are priced at £6. The play begins at 8pm and there is a licensed bar from 7.30pm.

Call the box office now on 01525 222 283.

Source: Leighton Buzzard Observer, 6 June 2006