We try to vary the types of play as much as possible so that we can cater to all tastes.
Our trips are always very popular and usually book up quite quickly. Keep an eye open for e-mails and notices outside Budgens and in the village hall.Liz Onslow Tel: 01483 282180
If you would like to come on any of our theatre trips please send cheques payable to Horsley U3A to: Liz Onslow, The Croft, Farm Close, East Horsley KT24 5AE.
LATEST PLANNED TRIPS:
On Monday 3rd April 2017 we went to see Travesties, Tom Stoppard's dazzling comedy of art, love and revolution.
In August 2016 we went to see Half a Sixpence, the iconic British musical adaptation of H.G. Wells’s disguised autobiographical novel Kipps: The Story Of A Simple Soul, at the Chichester Theatre.
On March 2nd we went to see Henrik Ibsen's late masterpiece The Master Builder at The Old Vic Theatre in London. This new adaptation by David Hare starred Ralph Fiennes and was a mesmeric exploration of power, control, death, and life.
On 3rd December we made a trip to see Jane Eyre at the National (Lyttelton) Theatre. This acclaimed re-imagining of Brontë's masterpiece was first staged by Bristol Old Vic last year and received rave reviews from all the national papers.
On July 30th we visited the Chichester Festival to see a performance of "Mack and Mabel". Mack Sennett was played by Michael Ball and Mabel Normand by Rebecca LaChance. This musical, based on the true romance between Mack and Mabel, opened on Broadway in 1974 with songs such as “I Won’t Send Roses” and “Time Heals Everything”.
On April 23rd we saw a matinee performance of The Play that Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre near Covent Garden.
In January 2015 we went to see Mike Bartlett's King Charles III at the Almeida Theatre in London.
In October 2014 we went to see Gypsy at Chichester.
In August 2014 we went to a fabulous performance of Wolf Hall at the Aldwych.
In April 2014 we were enthralled by Alan Ayckbourne's A Small Family Business at the National Theatre.
In March 2013 we went to see This House by James Graham at the National Theatre and in June we saw Macbeth at the Elizabethan-style style Globe Theatre in Southwark. In September a group went to Chichester theatre to see Neville's Island. In December 2013 we went to see the award-winning musical Once at the Phoenix Theatre in London.
In 2012 we went to the Richmond Theatre to see Eugene O'Neill's A Long Day's Journey Into Night; and in July we went to see Chariots Of Fire at the Geilgud Theatre in London - the fittest group of actors you are ever likely to see on-stage.
Our July 2011 trip was to Stratford-on-Avon to see The Merchant of Venice and in September to the Chichester Theatre to see Singing In The Rain.
Our earliest visits were to London to see Habit of Art , Yes Prime Minister and Legally Blonde.