A midsummer night’s dream may have been postponed but you will not be without entertainment from us this summer. Starting on the 23rd May we will be live streaming one of our previous plays every Saturday for the next eight weeks. These streams are free to view and the links and dates are as follows.
The Rivals – May 23rd
- The Canterbury Tales – May 30th
- The Importance of Being Earnest – June 6th
- As You Like It – June 13th
- Two Noble Kinsmen – June 20th
- The Secret Garden – June 27th
- The Tempest – July 4th
- Pride and Prejudice – July 11th
The start time is 7.30pm. Join us after the show for a Q&A session on Facebook live only.
These streams form part of our Theatres In Need fundraiser that ACT is running to support theatres which are struggling as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. For more details about this cause and how to donate please visit our GoFundMe page. More details about beneficiaries will posted soon.
Alsager Community Theatre (ACT) was founded in 1973. Our current aim is to produce at least three plays a year. One in our home base in the Alsager Civic centre, one large scale outdoor production at Little Moreton Hall, courtesy of the National trust and another in a new venue at St Mary’s church, Alsager.
During the past 47 years, we have gained a reputation for acclaimed productions of Shakespeare and other classics, as well as having a sell-out season at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2004 with Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood.
We are currently in the process of updating this site. Please bear with us as we transfer content from the old site to the new site. In the mean time, we will continue to publish up-to-date information on upcoming shows and auditions both here and on social media.