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The Geoffrey Whitworth is a public theatre with over 1700 members, founded in 1948. The theatre has a raked auditorium seating 150, a large proscenium stage, a fully licensed bar, two foyers, a rehearsal studio, large dressing rooms and plentiful on-site parking. We produce ten or eleven productions annually, each usually lasting for 8 nights, including a Youth Group Production. We at the Geoffrey Whitworth are proud of our reputation for presenting high quality drama.

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Enron

by Lucy Prebble

25th April to 2nd May 2015

Mixing classical tragedy, savage humour, music, movement and video, this award winning fire cracker of a play dramatises one of the most infamous scandals in financial history. An exciting theatrical epic 'Enron' crystalises  the mood of the age and deals with pertinent contemporary issues in a thrilling, energetic, highly entertaining  way.

' An exhilarating mix of political satire, modern morality and multi-media spectacle. A fantastic theatrical event' Guardian

From the Archive
10 Years Ago
23rd to 30th April 2005
Blithe Spirit
Blithe Spirit
by Noël Coward
20 Years Ago
22nd to 29th April 1995
Death And The Maiden
Death And The Maiden
by Ariel Dorfman
30 Years Ago
11th to 18th May 1985
The Elephant Man
The Elephant Man
by Bernard Pomerance
40 Years Ago
19th to 26th April 1975
Say Goodnight To Grandma
Say Goodnight To Grandma
by Colin Welland
50 Years Ago
8th to 15th May 1965
Love For Love
Love For Love
by William Congreve
60 Years Ago
12th to 14th and 17th to 21st May 1955
Macbeth
Macbeth
by William Shakespeare
Some other Past Productions
5th to 12th November 1977
Butley
Butley
by Simon Gray
21st to 28th April 2007
Feelgood
Feelgood
by Alistair Beaton
27th April to 4th May 2013
Clybourne Park
Clybourne Park
by Bruce Norris