We have finalised the details of our 2019 Season, an entertaining selection, which includes three comedies, a mystery and a courtroom drama:

The February play is If I Were You, by Alan Ayckbourn, directed by Vaughan Leslie.

The April play is Pyrenees, by David Greig, directed by Jenny Gore.

In June we put on Witness for the Prosecution, by Agatha Christie, directed by Steve Hirst.

Theft, by Eric Chappell, directed by Ray Riches, runs from 30 September-5 October.

The season concludes with Bazaar and Rummage, by Sue Townsend, directed by Gil Burns, at the end of November.

Further details are on the What’s On page (https://hblt.co.uk/whats-on).

If you would like to take advantage of our season ticket offer, the cost is £40 full and £32 concessions, giving five tickets for the price of four, with no additional booking fee. (Concessions now include young people up to 26.)

To apply, ring Sue Riches on 01422 843907, or write to her at 13 West Laithe, Heptonstall, HX7 7LX, enclosing your name, address, telephone number and a cheque made payable to ‘Hebden Bridge Little Theatre’.