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Southwick
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Sussex
BN42 4TE


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Come and see our productions - have a wonderful time! - visit our future season HERE...

 

Box office 01273-597094  - or buy tickets on line - click here

CAST

David Peaty The Rt Hon Jim Hacker Prime Minister
Guy Steddon Sir Humphrey Appleby Cabinet Secretary
Julian Batstone Bernard Wooley PM's Principal Private Secretary
Sarah Frost Claire Sutton PM's Special Policy Advisor
Tony Brownings   Kumranistan Ambassador
Peter Joyce Jeremy Burnham BBC's Director General
Annabelle Heath Simone Chester BBC presenter

 


Many will be familiar with the characters.  The TV series ran through most of the 1980's to much critical acclaim.  Authors Jay and Lynn have now delivered a comedy for to-day with a financial crisis, questions of the European Central Bank, the Euro and .... oil!   With global warming getting a look-in.

John Garland says; Come and see how politicians might try to win your votes before the election in May! 

 

 


Brighton and Hove Arts Council Drama Awards - 2014
 

Our production of Cherry Orchard won two awards at the December 3rd evening.

***  Congratulations to Chris Parke for taking Best Actor for his "wonderful"  Lopakhin. ***

And well done Dan Dryer, playing Trofimov,  for his nomination in this category.

*** Congratulations to Adrian Kenward for Best Supporting Actor.  His Yepikhodov was "outstanding". ***

And well done Maggi Pierce, Cherry Briggs and Caroline Woodley for their nomination in Best Costumes category.

 

 

Our History

 

ON THIS SITE you'll find information about Wick Theatre Company's productions, the company and its history;
over 240 productions. 
Each is listed in its year of performance with cast and crew detailed as closely as archive material permits.

Press reviews
where available have been scrupulously copied from material gathered together
by Ralph Dawes and Ray Hopper and from members' own scrapbooks. 

Along the way Wick have entered [and won] a number of  Arts and Drama Festivals across Sussex
and brief notes have been included in the section And There's More!

Search the Directory  for a production or year or use the engine at the top of the page to reach any piece of data spread across the site.

 

Our archives

 

Wick Theatre Company have three archives:


[1] this web site

 
[2] a physical collection of documents, including news cuttings, programmes, leaflets, membership lists


[3] photographs taken down through the years - many are digitised by Ray Hopper

 


We strive to maintain our reputation as one of the South Coast's premier Amateur Drama companies.