The header at the top of the page is a collage of photographs
from our 2011 production of 'Out of sight ... out of murder' by Fred Carmichael directed by Diane Lukins.
ACT's Autumn production 2016 was . . .
Click here to see a larger version of the poster
Click here for more information about the play (or go to the Future Productions page)
Click here to read a review of the production
ACT's Spring production 2016 was . . .
Click here to see photographs of All My Sons
Scroll down for more information about our online box office
Click here for information on our programme for 2016
Axbridge Community Theatre was founded in 2000 on a wave of enthusiasm generated by that year’s production of Axbridge’s ten-yearly pageant. It began with a series of home-grown plays based, like the Pageant, on local history and events. Since then it has gained a reputation for a high standard of performance in a varied programme of established dramas, and currently stages two productions a year. Recent productions have included Blue Remembered Hills (Dennis Potter), Time and the Conways (JB Priestley), Rumours (Neil Simon), Out of Sight . . . Out of Murder ( Fred Carmichael), Macbeth (William Shakespeare), Pygmalion (Bernard Shaw), A View From The Bridge (Arthur Miller), two one-act plays by Tom Stoppard, Shakespeare's Hamlet, When We Are Married (JB Priestley), The Crucible (Arthur Miller), Blithe Spirit (Noel Coward), Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and Arthur Miller's All My Sons
We also have an active youth group, Young ACT, which meets every Wednesday in school term time and puts on a production each year.
Click here to go to the Young ACT page
ACT's productions are presented in the Town Hall in Axbridge's medieval Square. We have devised ways to convert this multi-purpose hall into a small but intimate theatre space with an adaptable stage and audience layout. Depending on the needs of different productions the theatre can seat an audience of between 50 and 75. The seating is tiered towards the back so all seats have a good view of the stage.
Our online box office, accessed by a link on this website, is open 24/7 for 6 weeks before each production. Tickets may be purchased using Visa, Mastercard or Maestro. There is no booking fee. Tickets are sent as an e-mail which you can print out. If
you prefer tickets to be posted there is a charge of £1.50, or sent as an SMS message to your mobile there is a charge of 50p.
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