2016 October – A Murder is Announced

~ A Murder is Announced ~

The villagers of Chipping Cleghorn are summoned by a newspaper notice to the house of Letitia Blacklock, anticipating a murder game. But things become too real when someone is shot dead.

5th to 8th October 2016

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2016 July – The Opposite Sex

~ The Opposite Sex ~

David Tristram, author of What’s For Pudding?, turns his attention to marital infidelity and its warring consequences in this adult-humoured comedy. Mark and Vicky and Judith and Eric have something in common and a chance meeting could have made for a pleasant social evening. Unfortunately, as they all come face to face, the common denominator turns out to be that they each had an affair with their opposite partner and it isn’t long before the air is thick with insults, black eyes and broken china!

13th to 16th July 2016


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2016 May – Abigail’s Party

~ Abigail’s Party ~

18th to 21st May 2016
Followed by an appearance at the
Wakefield Drama Festival on Wednesday 1st June

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2016 January – Jack and the Beanstalk

Tickets £6.50 and £5.50 concessions.
Family Tickets (2+2) £20.
First night Two for One.

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2015 October – See How They Run

A ripping yarn of mistaken identity, headlong humour and tense comic situations.  Directed by John Parker and playing from 14th to 17th October 2015.

2015 June – Whose Life is it Anyway?

Whose Life is it Anyway tells the story of Ken Harrison, an artist that makes sculptures. One day he is involved in a car accident, and is paralyzed from his neck. All he can do is talk, and he wants to die.

In hospital he make friends with some of the staff, and they support him when he goes to trial to be allowed to die.

2015 January – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

2014 October – Best Served Cold

Written by the Trinity’s very own Andrew Crossland

“5 Flats, 11 Neighbours, 1 Dark Mystery”

Through a seemingly random coincidence, eleven neighbours in a tower block, soon learn that they share a horrific past. This light-hearted comic tale becomes a thrilling fight for survival when disaster strikes and they become trapped inside the building. You’ll be guessing until the very end as they uncover their terrible secret.


2014 May – Home is Where Your Clothes Are

Home is Where Your Clothes Are by Anthony Marriott and Bob Grant

Directed by Karen Slater

Weds 14th to Sat 17th May

and at the Wakefield Festival on Tuesday 27th May

2014 January – Robin Hood & Babes in the Wood

At the Trinity Church Hall, Crookes Street, Off Summer Lane, BARNSLEY
Tickets £5 and £6 – use the icons on the right section to buy tickets

2013 October – Not With a Bang

Barnsley Lamproom, 16th to 19th October 2013

2013 May – Side Effects by Eric Chappell

 Coming to Trinity Church Hall, May 15th to 18th 2013

And the Wakefield Drama Festival on 29th May 2013

2013 January – Dick Whittington

Tickets are £6 (£5 for concessions) – Use the icons on the right to buy tickets
Friday 8th February @ 7PM
Saturday 9th February @ 1PM and 4PM
Friday 15th February @ 7PM
Saturday 16th
February @ 1PM  and 4PM
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2012 October – Last Tango in Whitby

Last Tango in Whitby By Mike Harding

At the Lamproom Theatre, Barnsley

Wed 31st Oct to Sat 3rd Nov 2012

Tickets £11.00 Concessions £10.00
To book call 01226 200075

2012 May – Look Whos Talking

Sheila and Andrew, a devoted middle-aged couple, are settling down to a normal, relaxed Sunday.  But then two totally unexpected visitors wander into this idyllic country scene, with disturbing and riotous results.

Wednesday 16th May until Saturday 19th May 2012
Tickets £6.00 Concessions £5.00
To book call 07760 735953
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