Review: The Importance of Being Earnest

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The Importance of Being Earnest, Little Theatre, Dover Street September 9th –Saturday 14th Review by Lynette Watson   The Importance of Being Earnest was arguably Oscar Wilde’s most popular play […]

Review: Ladies Day

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Ladies Day, Little Theatre, Dover Street June 17th –Saturday 22nd Review by Lynette Watson   Factory overalls were swapped for frocks and fancy hats and the going was good to […]

Zoo Story – from Ken’s Pen

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I joined The Little Theatre in 2017 – I’d realised life was too short to miss doing what I loved the most. I performed in Fallon Mayne’s self-written piece, ‘Secret […]

Will you support our planning application?

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The Little Theatre has been at its Dover Street site since the 1920’s and as many will know,  a number of famous careers have been launched by our theatre. We are proud […]

Centenary challenge Progress

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We are delighted to announce that the first small step in implementing our Centenary challenge Project has been successfully completed.  Using the Spacehive crowdfunding platform, we have raised  £17,570 to […]

Centenary Challenge!

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Leicester Drama Society will be proudly celebrating its centenary in 2022, having been “born” in 1922 with its production of The Silver Box by John Galsworthy at the Opera House. […]

The Life of Joe Orton

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Joe Orton made a brief and unremarkable foray into acting for the Leicester Drama Society in 1949 before going to RADA and achieving fame as  a playwright. The recent, fascinating, […]

Sleeping Beauty review Lynette Watson

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Sleeping Beauty – Little Theatre Dover Street Until 8th January Review by Lynette Watson A traditional pantomime package that bursts with the spirit of Christmas has arrived at Dover Street’s Little […]

Sleeping Beauty