Youth Theatre Productions

The Canterbury Tales

Off The Ground Youth Theatre Presents

 "The Canterbury Tales"

By Geoffrey Chaucer

This is an outrageous re-telling of Chaucer’s classic "The Canterbury Tales". If you’ve never seen this on stage it’s time to grab a bottle of wine and some friends and travel with our improvisational impresarios to Canterbury. On their way they lay bets on who can tell the tallest (often dirtiest) tale!  If you think classic literature is all tights and posh accents – think again. Say no more, except “where can I get tickets?”

"The Canterbury Tales" is on Thursday  14th to Saturday 16th March 7.30 at Calday Grange Grammar school.

Cabaret style, please bring your own alcohol.



1001 Arabian Nights

Off The Ground Youth Theatre  Presents

"1001 Arabian Nights"

"For a thousand and one nights they have forgotten to be afraid, but now, as night falls, and the lamps are lit.

We are the voice of an ancient story, which tonight, feels dangerously complicated."

 The Mon group have been delving into their imaginations to bring you a world of colourful characters and unusual happenings in their production of “1001 Arabian Nights”. The king having been spurned by his wife takes bride after bride from the village killing them all after a day until he weds Shaharazad! This clever young girl decides to tell him a story and each night longing to hear more the king lets her live. Come and join us on a journey through the spiced air of Arabia as we travel with Shazarahad for 1001 nights.

1001 Arabian Nights is on Thur 14th to sat 16th Feb 7.30 at Heswall Hall.

1001 Arabian Nights


The Blues Brothers

Its OTG Youth Theatre's 15th birthday, 106 miles to Chicago, we got a full tank of gas, it's dark... and we're wearing sunglasses. Hit it.

OTG Youth Theatre is celebrating its 15th birthday with a night of music and dancing.

Come and join us on Sat 21st, 7.30 at Heswall Hall for a night with the almighty Blues Brothers and their band with special guests. 


Treasure Island

Off The Ground Youth Theatre Present's

"Treasue Island"

by Robert Louis Stevenson adapted by Daniel Cambridge
"15 men on a dead man's chest, yo ho ho and a bottle of rum"

Why not begin your summer with a a swashbuckling adventure on the high seas. Come aboard the "Hispaniola" if you dare and with Jim Hawkins and his treasure map search for Captain Flint's treasure. But "when searching for gold beware of Silver" Long John Silver of course, as he wants it more than you.
Off The Ground's Latest Youth Theatre production will be in Fort Perch Rock, look for the Jolly Roger and you've found the right place.

Open-air performance please bring a blanket and something to sit on.

The performance will be on Wed 20th, Thur 21st, Fri 22nd June 2012. At Fort Perch Rock, New Brighton, Beginning at 7.30pm

Treasure Island 2012 poster


Welcome to Thebes

Off the Ground Youth Theatre presents

"Welcome to Thebes"

By Moira Buffini


 “Welcome to Thebes” is a modern re-telling of the Greek play Antigone. Set in what could be the current situation in Libya, a country ravaged by the spoils of war is seeing its first democratically elected President inaugurated. They are bankrupt and still in shock and this fledgling Government needs the help of its wealthy neighbours to get back on track. With many familiar Greek characters and of course some interference from the Gods, we see the tension rising in this new land of hope and freedom!

The performances will be on Thur 22nd, Fri 23rd and Sat 24th March in Neston Civic Hall, beginning at 7.30pm.


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