Community Groups A-Z

Chesterfield Theatre Friends 
The Friends group was formed in 2007 to help preserve, promote and protect the future of Chesterfield Theatre with the immediate aim of raising funds to support the 2009 celebrations of 60 years of civic theatre in Chesterfield.

Since then they have also become involved in the creation of a dedicated archive for the Theatre. The archive contains a combination of personal memories and digital recording of photos, programmes, playbills and other materials and is availble to view at chesterfieldtheatrefriends.co.uk. The information uploaded to the website so far has been gleaned from material, collected over decades, from various sources. It's been a long journey to get the archive to this point, but there's still a lot left to do. The Chesterfield Theatre Friends welcome contributions from anyone who can fill in any gaps or omissions.

The Friends meet regularly to work on the above archive, arrange fund-raising events and organise the 'In Conversation' Series - a programme of talks followed by sharing a sociable lunch of soup and a roll in the theatre bar.

For information about the Chesterfield Theatre Friends contact Mike Spriggs 01246 233 475 

Youth Theatre
For ages 7-25, Youth Theatre members will experience all aspects of stagecraft in weekly workshops led by experienced facilitators. These workshops promote teamwork, social skills, emotional intelligence, creativity and confidence.

The Pomegranate Youth Theatre performs regularly at the Pomegranate Theatre and in surrounding areas at festivals, in open air and in schools.

Youth Theatre productions explore issues relevant to members and the local area through research, improvisation, devising, scripting and performing.

For information about the Youth Theatre email pomytheatre@gmail.com call 07932 603 525 or go online www.pomytheatre.co.uk

Also...don’t miss this new production directed by Carole Copeland director of the Pomegranate Youth Theatre.

Down the Line

21-23 September 2017

Presented by Barrow Hill Roundhouse. Doors open at 6.30pm, performances start at 7.30pm.

Held at Barrow Hill Roundhouse, Campbell Drive Barrow Hill, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S43 2PR.

Featuring the National Railway Museum's Flying Scotsman! A professionally produced play commissioned to mark the reopening of Barrow Hill Roundhouse. The show will involve a cast of professional actors and hundreds of local people, including a community choir and Ireland Colliery Chesterfield Brass Band. The audience will be an integral part of the play as they follow the drama in and around the Roundhouse building. The play tells the story of Barrow Hill from the coming of the railways to the present day. Our guide is a fictional Site Foreman, “Shunter”, whose family have lived in the area for generations.

Tickets

Adults:Play (Thu/Fri/Sat) £13.20

Gala (Fri/Sat/Sun) £22

Child (16 and under): 

Play (Thu/Fri/Sat) £6.60

Gala (Fri/Sat/Sun) £11

Families (2 adults, 2 children)

Gala (Fri/Sat/Sun) £53

Book your tickets online at www.barrowhill.org 

Community Groups A-Z

Chesterfield Theatre Friends 
The Friends group was formed in 2007 to help preserve, promote and protect the future of Chesterfield Theatre with the immediate aim of raising funds to support the 2009 celebrations of 60 years of civic theatre in Chesterfield.

Since then they have also become involved in the creation of a dedicated archive for the Theatre. The archive contains a combination of personal memories and digital recording of photos, programmes, playbills and other materials and is availble to view at chesterfieldtheatrefriends.co.uk. The information uploaded to the website so far has been gleaned from material, collected over decades, from various sources. It's been a long journey to get the archive to this point, but there's still a lot left to do. The Chesterfield Theatre Friends welcome contributions from anyone who can fill in any gaps or omissions.

The Friends meet regularly to work on the above archive, arrange fund-raising events and organise the 'In Conversation' Series - a programme of talks followed by sharing a sociable lunch of soup and a roll in the theatre bar.

For information about the Chesterfield Theatre Friends contact Mike Spriggs 01246 233 475 

Youth Theatre
For ages 7-25, Youth Theatre members will experience all aspects of stagecraft in weekly workshops led by experienced facilitators. These workshops promote teamwork, social skills, emotional intelligence, creativity and confidence.

The Pomegranate Youth Theatre performs regularly at the Pomegranate Theatre and in surrounding areas at festivals, in open air and in schools.

Youth Theatre productions explore issues relevant to members and the local area through research, improvisation, devising, scripting and performing.

For information about the Youth Theatre email pomytheatre@gmail.com call 07932 603 525 or go online www.pomytheatre.co.uk

Also...don’t miss this new production directed by Carole Copeland director of the Pomegranate Youth Theatre.

Down the Line

21-23 September 2017

Presented by Barrow Hill Roundhouse. Doors open at 6.30pm, performances start at 7.30pm.

Held at Barrow Hill Roundhouse, Campbell Drive Barrow Hill, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S43 2PR.

Featuring the National Railway Museum's Flying Scotsman! A professionally produced play commissioned to mark the reopening of Barrow Hill Roundhouse. The show will involve a cast of professional actors and hundreds of local people, including a community choir and Ireland Colliery Chesterfield Brass Band. The audience will be an integral part of the play as they follow the drama in and around the Roundhouse building. The play tells the story of Barrow Hill from the coming of the railways to the present day. Our guide is a fictional Site Foreman, “Shunter”, whose family have lived in the area for generations.

Tickets

Adults:Play (Thu/Fri/Sat) £13.20

Gala (Fri/Sat/Sun) £22

Child (16 and under): 

Play (Thu/Fri/Sat) £6.60

Gala (Fri/Sat/Sun) £11

Families (2 adults, 2 children)

Gala (Fri/Sat/Sun) £53

Book your tickets online at www.barrowhill.org