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The Dragon of Wantley

Wantley village near Sheffield is terrorised by a child-gobbling dragon, and local hero Moore of Moorehall is entreated to put his drinking and womanising aside to take matters in hand. His methods are unorthodox to say the least…

This delightful Handel pastiche is a pantomime romp, accompanied by Baroque orchestra and fully staged in the fabulous Victorian-era Normansfield Theatre, Teddington. TW11 9PS

Friday 8th and Saturday 9th May, 2020 at 7:30 pm
Sunday 10th May, matinée at 2:30 pm

Tickets £18.

Book online or call 0333 121 2300

The Normansfield Theatre is in the Langdon Down Centre, Langdon Park, Teddington, Middlesex. TW11 9PS. Parking is available. Hampton Wick rail station is a 10 minute walk away.

 

Previous Productions

2019 – November 15th, 16th, 17th

King Arthur at at Normansfield Theatre, Teddington. TW11 9PS

We are very grateful to Siobhan Lynch for providing the photographs of our production.

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2018 – November 9th, 10th, 11th

Acis and Galatea by Handel;

Don Quixote and the Duchess by Boismortier at Normansfield Theatre, Teddington. TW11 9PS

We are very grateful to Patricia Lam for providing the photographs of our double bill production

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2017 – November 17th, 18th, 19th

Hercules by Handel, Normansfield Theatre, Teddington.  TW11 9PS

We are very grateful to David Dearlove and Siobhan Lynch for providing the photographs for our production.

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2016 – November 19th, 20th, 21st

Mozart’s Magic Flute at Normansfield Theatre, Teddington.  TW11 9PS

We are very grateful to Patricia Lam for providing the photographs for our production.

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2015 – December 11th, 12th, 13th

Handel’s Semele at the Normansfield Theatre.

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Now available on DVD :  £21 for 3 DVD set – please contact us if you would like to order a copy.

Handel’s version of this story is taken from Greek mythology. Semele, a beautiful but unsophisticated maiden, falls in love with the god Jupiter and discovers the “endless pleasure, endless love” of the heavens. Jupiter’s wife, Juno, is understandably unhappy with the situation and plots Semele’s downfall.

2014

Diocelsian by Purcell (Semi-staged production).

Dido and Aeneas by Purcell and Judgement of Paris by Eccles at the Barn Church, Kew.

 Judgement of Paris

For a full list of previous productions, please see the Archive page.