What's On

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Keeping Up Appearances

22-24 Sept & 29 Sept - 1 Oct 2022

Director: Wilma low

Writer: Robert Harling



Our September production is a play adaptation of the well loved TV comedy, Keeping Up Appearances.

Emmet is trying to get his amdram play cast in the local village hall. He and his sister Liz - the long suffering friend of one Hyacinth Bucket - are determined Hyacinth will NOT discover they are short for one role.

But, of course, her determination to be involved in the local play is ever-strong much to the dismay of Onslow, Daisy, Rose, Emmett and Elizabeth – not to mention anyone one else she encounters!

Enjoy a drink at the bar and who knows, you might be lucky in our raffle!

For your safety we have reduced our audience capacity to allow for social distancing of groups. We encourage audience members to wear a mask while in the theatre. Hand sanitiser will be available at a number of points in the theatre. We will ventilate the theatre as much as possible, and have carbon monoxide  monitors in place. There will also be enhanced cleaning procedures in place.

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The Snow Queen

24-27 Nov &

1-4 Dec 2022

Director: Iona Stewart

Writer: Tina & Robert Burbidge



Our Panto is back, bigger and better than ever with fun for all the family!

Evening performances begin at 7.30pm and run on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings. If a matinee suits you better, come along on Saturday or Sunday with performances starting at 2.30pm.

The wicked Snow Queen captures a boy, Kay, and takes him to her ice palace. Kay's friend Gerda sets out to rescue him, with the (unexpected) help of her grandmother, Annie, the village handiwoman and Summer, the Snow Queen's good sister.

Enjoy a drink at the bar and who knows, you might be lucky in our raffle!

For your safety we have reduced our audience capacity to allow for social distancing of groups. We encourage audience members to wear a mask while in the theatre. Hand sanitiser will be available at a number of points in the theatre. We will ventilate the theatre as much as possible, and have carbon monoxide  monitors in place. There will also be enhanced cleaning procedures in place.

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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

available now

Director: Nicky Stewart & Mat Hodson

Writer:  Douglas Adams

MAD presents the Radio Play, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (part 1, or ‘Fit the First’) by Douglas Adams.

Listen here - https://soundcloud.com/.../mads-hitchhikers-guide-to-the...

In the first few weeks of lockdown back in April, MAD decided to try our hand at a radio play. Through the next few months some members met virtually to rehearse this production. The experience not only allowed us a creative outlet, a social connection with a familiar process and ‘something to do’ but it also was a huge learning process for everyone.

The cast not only produced all the character voices, they also created as many of the sound effects as possible using anything they could find! All the ‘music’ was also created by members. We learned the best ways of gathering individual ‘voices’, and were able to involve those not able to join the virtual rehearsals. Each voice or effect was collected individually and edited together - another skill we had to learn!

So please when you listen, understand that the creation of this production is our first attempt at this type of production. We are still editing ‘Fit the Second’ which should be completed by the end of October. We hope you enjoy listening even half as much as we have enjoyed making this.

This has been a ‘not-for-profit’ production.

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Catch of the Day

Director: Shelagh Phillips-Robertson



MAD have been very busy over the last few months and, as of Friday 30 July 2021, you can get the first serving from the fruits of our dramatic labours!

For 9 evenings a new video will pop up on the Monifieth Theatre Facebook page and on our YouTube channel. Each episode has been written and performed by MAD members. What is Catch of the Day? #datingapp #firstdates #datingmemories

It's a date!

This production is free to view, but if you would like to donate to Monifieth Theatre it would be very much appreciated.