Showing from 16th November – 11th December.

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Written by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer, adapted for stage by Stella McCallum and directed by Stella McCallum and Mary Barron, The Vicar of Dibley Christmas Special sees the return of the wonderful Geraldine Granger and the colourful Dibley parishioners. Our always lovable Vicar attempts to organise an unforgettable Christmas nativity show, all the while experiencing both the giddy highs and devastating lows of romance. Meanwhile Hugo and Alice are adapting to the idea of parenthood, in their uniquely endearing and ever clueless ways, with the much needed help of Geraldine, David, Owen, Frank, Jim and Letitia.

***Important announcement for all Vicar of Dibley show patrons***
In accordance with COVID19 government requirements, from the 3rd of December, we will be required to ask for proof of vaccination for all of our patrons.
Please bring your COVID19 vaccination pass with you to your Vicar of Dibley show, providing proof that you are fully vaccinated, as unfortunately we will not be able to allow entry without it.
If this change means that you are unable to attend our show, please email iTicket; and you will be provided with a refund. We are very sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause.

Lighting! You just wouldn’t believe how the dimmers worked. The dimmers in those days were large glass jars full of saline solution and they had metal plates… Evie Atkinson used to work them on strings. And they used to raise these out of the jars and the lights would dim.

Noel Baty
Describing the old primitive lighting

A good prompt will always know… usually you can tell by their eyes, because if someone really needs a prompt, the eyes go absolutely glazed and you can tell the stress…

If you prompt when they don’t want it – you are wrong. If you don’t prompt when they do want it – you are wrong. And if you do the job perfectly no one takes any notice of you and no one knows you are there, at all.

Sylvia May

Congratulations to all our winners

2019 winners list


Singer Songwriters at New Plymouth Little Theatre

Last Friday of each month, February to November – Free entry – Doors 7pm – Original music from local artists.
Voted in the Top 50 things to do in Taranaki.

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