SOMETHING WICKED THEATRE COMPANY
to theatre making at it's best.
Returning with Shakespeare's compelling classic tragedy of ambition, bloody chaos, witchcraft and ghosts.
In this dark, psychological thriller the breakdown of natural order is heightened by our all-female cast.
INTERACTIVE THEATRE EVENTS
immersive, interactive theatre events coming 2023
After the immense success of our Mad Hatters Tea Party we will be returning with new interactive live theatre events!
Keep your eyes peeled for news of upcoming events.
SOMETHING WICKED IN SCOTLAND
As we are a company focusing on the intimacy of fringe venues it is only right that we would pilgrimage up to Scotland to the home of fringe theatre. It is so important to us that we can bring our productions to communities and in order for us to do that we need to network and connect with companies and venues.
This summer the Festival Fringe was be bigger and better than ever, bringing companies who have been dormant for the past couple of years the opportunity to explode back onto the performance scene, and we were thrilled to be a part of it!
You can check out images and reviews from our two Fringe 2022 productions on our Past Productions page.
WE'RE ALL MAD HERE!
Our first interactive theatre event photos go live! To help with our journey to the festivals this summer we held a wild night of dancing, theatre and fun!
Think Bongo Bingo meets Wonderland. There was a ton of silliness. There were belly laughs galore. There was singing of feet and dancing of voices.
All at Glossop's beating heart - Partington Players Theatre - many of you joined us down the rabbit hole and fully embraced the madness!
Check out photos from the night now on our Immersive Theatre Events page.
Keep your eyes peeled for news of future events coming soon!
'VOICES IN MY HEAD' DEBUT GOES DOWN A STORM
After months of preparation, endless re-writes and uncertainty as to whether Covid restrictions would allow the evening to go ahead, Catherine Pugh opened her debut performance to a sell-out audience at Partington Theatre.
From what started as a bizarre dream, Catherine has taken inspiration from the weird and wonderful characters she has met throughout her life, and it was incredible that her debut audience were made up of friends and family who have supported her over the years.
It was truly a night to remember!
"We do not go to the theatre like our ancestors, to escape from the pressure of reality, so much as to confirm our experience of it."