Join Stamford Shoestring Theatre as a member and gain the opportunity to take-part on stage or behind the scenes, make friends and socialise with people who share a common passion in theatre. Don't forget the annual dinner! Members also receive regular newsletters, giving details about productions, invitations to other non-Shoestring events and special offers to Stamford Arts Centre shows. If you wish to participate in any activities for Shoestring, front or back stage you must, for insurance reasons, be a member of the company.
Current annual membership rates:
Adult: £6.00 Concessions: £3.00
Please contact the Membership Secretary, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or print the below membership form and send it to us with a cheque for the appropriate amount.
For continual membership please print, fill in and send the Bank Standing Order form to your Bank.
Tue 6 - Sat 10 March 2018 7.45PM
Written by Henrik Ibsen trans Rebecca Lenkiewicz | Directed by Hilary Spiers
A modern version of Ibsen’s great play. An incisive tale about the high price of free expression. When Dr. Thomas Stockmann discovers toxic contamination in the water used at the local baths, he expects to be hailed as a hero. But since the baths are the town's main source of revenue, the community fights to silence him. . . and Dr. Stockmann learns that there are forces more powerful than truth.
Tue 5 - Sat 9 June 2018 7.45PM
Written by Diane Samuels | Directed by Richard Spiers
A modern classic about one woman's struggle to come to terms with her past – brutally separated from her German Jewish parents at the age of nine and brought to England with the promise of a new life. This powerful play is especially pertinent in the light of the current world refugee crisis.
Tue 11 - Sat 15 September 2018 7.45PM
Written by David and Robert Goodale | Directed by Liz Cullum
A very silly tale of not much at all! The play is newly created comedy about evergreen characters, known and enjoyed by several generations; it’s a romp of great silliness involving multiple role playing and enormous energy. Bertie Wooster is unwisely co-opted by relations to help achieve various things: obtaining a cow creamer; resolving romantic conundrums; and other similar frivolities. He is patiently assisted by his long-suffering butler, Jeeves.
Tue 11 - Sat 15 December 2018 7.45PM
Written by David Haig | Directed by Kay Roberts
A play to commemorate the end of World War One in November 1918. Rudyard Kipling’s determination to secure a commission for his short-sighted son to fight in the Great War triggers a bitter family conflict, leaving the world-famous author devastated. Kipling is torn apart by his love for his son, his family and his devotion to King and Country.