First Look at…The Secret Society of Leading Ladies, Barn Theatre

The Barn Theatre’s upcoming concerts put the audience in charge of the set list by using technology. Today the theatre have released photographs for the upcoming digital musical theatre event The Secret Society of Leading Ladies, presented in a unique format that allows the viewer to make decisions and control the set list. Running from the 22nd… Read More

NEWS: The Barn Theatre Production of Daddy Long Legs to Be Streamed Online

The theatre based in Cirencester, will stream the archive recording of its 2019 production of the musical. Paul Gordon’s musical is set to be streamed online on dates from the 12th to the 21st February the Barn Theatre has confirmed. Directed by Kirstie Davis, the Built By Barn production stars Ryan Bennett (Jersey Boys, The Importance… Read More

REVIEW: Peter Pan, Barn Theatre

This innovative take on J.M. Barrie’s classic story is filled with heaps of imagination. Given the immense popularity of this story, it can be difficult to find a unique way of presenting it on stage – but thanks to this refreshing adaptation by Alan Pollock and charismatic performance from Waylon Jacobs, the story is given… Read More

REVIEW: Marry Me A Little, Barn Theatre (Online)

This musical revue featuring songs that weren’t featured in some of Stephen Sondheim’s best known musicals is beautifully captured in this production. Charming, elegant and stylish, Kirk Jameson’s production of Marry Me a Little has a lot to recommend it both visually and vocally that makes it immensely enjoyable to watch. Formed of songs that… Read More

NEWS: Barn Theatre’s Production of Marry Me A Little To Be Streamed

The revival of Stephen Sondheim’s musical which had to close early due to the second lockdown will now be streamed digitally from the 19th to the 22nd November. The Barn Theatre has announced that their recent revival of the Sondheim musical Marry Me A Little starring Rob Houchen (Les Misérables, The Light in the Piazza) and Celinde Schoenmaker (Rocketman, The… Read More

REVIEW: What A Carve Up!, Barn Theatre (Online)

What starts as a simple Who Dunnit mystery transforms into a complex and fascinating insight into a family’s deepest and darkest secrets. Based on Jonathan Coe’s novel, What a Carve Up! doesn’t feel like a traditional murder mystery – thanks to Henry Filloux-Bennett’s deeply fascinating and engaging adaptation which keeps the audience guessing right to… Read More

NEWS: The Barn Theatre Announces Full 2020 Theatre Recovery Season

The venue has confirmed details of a 2020 recovery season, set to include a revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Marry Me a Little. Full details have been confirmed for the productions joining the current production of Private Peaceful, which is currently running until 4th October. The season will feature smaller cast sizes as well as a reduced capacity… Read More

First Look at…Private Peaceful, Barn Theatre

The Barn Theatre’s production Michael Morpurgo‘s novel is now in previews. Here’s a glimpse of what audiences can expect… Production images have been released for BoxLess Theatre, the Barn Theatre and Take Two Theatricals’ production of Private Peaceful which is currently running until the 27th September. Based on the story by Michael Morpurgo, Private Peaceful follows the story of… Read More

NEWS: Barn Theatre to Reopen for Indoor Live Performances

The theatre based in Cirencester has announced it will be opening its doors to present Michael Morpurgo‘s Private Peaceful. From the 10th September, the Barn Theatre will be presenting its production of Private Peaceful in its main auditorium, following its previous run as part of the theatre’s first outdoor theatre festival, BarnFest, in August. In addition,… Read More

NEWS: Barn Theatre Announces Summer Outdoor Festival

The Barn Theatre has confirmed details of  BarnFest – Outdoor Theatre Festival which will run from the 25th July until the 5th September. The Cirencester based theatre has announced its first summer outdoor festival, which will open this weekend within the grounds of Ingleside House which is adjacent to the theatre. This newly announced season will… Read More