The Witches of Eastwick- Wigan Little Theatre – 16th June 2016 NODA Review The Witches of Eastwick was first produced by Cameron Mackintosh in the year 2000 it has music by Dana P. Rowe and lyrics by John Dempsey and is based on a novel by John Updike.The story centers on three women who are frustrated
Archiving the Past for the Future Wigan Little Theatre is on the threshold of change, with the development of new bar facilities taking place in time for the 2016/17 season. As often happens when embarking on change, thoughts go to the past and fact that the theatre has been providing drama in the borough for
Sir Ian McKellen's Visit Our President, Margaret Kinley, and Chairman, Martin Green, met with Sir Ian McKellen when he visited Wigan last year (2015). Sir Ian saw his first Shakespeare at Wigan Little Theatre. A proud boast to have been the inspiration for such a distinguished career.
Enjoy a pre-show meal at The Mercure Wigan Oak Hotel Now you can enjoy a pre-show meal at The Mercure Wigan Oak Hotel (next door to the theatre) as we have teamed up to make your night out even more special. Pre-show meals will be served from 5.15pm, two courses at £12.95 or three courses
A Great Review for our Panto - Aladdin 2016 I came to see my granddaughter in Aladdin at Wigan Little Theatre. What a truly entertaining show from start to finish. The Dame was amazing, the show had everything, the cast were all stars! I have been involved with pantos for many years and this one
Thinking about booking a Supper Evening? Supper Evenings are an ideal way for your group, family or company to enjoy a lavish and unique evening of entertainment and are available for groups of 20 or more. The evening consists of: - A wine reception prior to the show from 7pm - Complimentary programme - Ticket
CAST ANNOUNCED FOR ‘Goodnight Mister Tom’, Wigan Little Theatre 6th-16th September 2017 Young Willie Beech is evacuated to the countryside as Britain stands on the brink of the Second World War. A sad, deprived child, he slowly begins to flourish under the care of embittered Tom Oakley, making new friends in the village of Little