Doncaster Little Theatre will mark its 20th anniversary next week with a production of long-running TV sitcom favourite Last Of The Summer Wine.
The show, penned by Doncaster writer Roy Clarke, was one of the most popular comedies ever produced by the BBC, running for nearly forty years and the world’s longest running sitcom.
The stage production at the Little Theatre, will run from Monday through until next Saturday with a gala performance to tie in with the theatre’s opening in 1995 on March 13.
The show will be staged at 7.30pm from Monday to Friday and at 2pm and 7.30pm on Saturday.
Spokesman Margaret Herbert said: “Come along have a great laugh. Please come along and support the theatre which will be celebrating 20 years since it opened and Friday will be a special Gala Night, with finger buffet.”
Tickets are available from www.doncasterlittletheatre.co.uk or from the box office on 01302 340222.
The theatre is looking for new members both for acting and volunteers to help with front of house and back stage.
Come along and have a great laughMargaret Herbert, Doncaster Little Theatre