December is approaching and once again it will be time for the TTB Quiz Night. These are extremely popular and there is usually great competition for places. Full details are below.

Monday 4 December
Wavendon Gate Pavilion
Isaacson Drive, Wavendon Gate
 Milton Keynes MK7 7RZ

Doors open 7pm; quiz starts 7.30pm prompt

• Teams of up to four, £8 per person •

• Shared supper included ~ bring your own drinks •

• Raffle and top team award •

All welcome ~ please book your table at:

www.ticketsource.co.uk/treadtheboards


This booking line closes at 3pm on Friday 1 December. If you wait to pay on the door the price will be £10 per person, cash only. So don't delay – book your places now!

Proceeds to Tread The Boards Theatre Group – your local community players

30 years on from our first production, we staged another excellent rendition of Bedroom Farce on 21st and 22nd April. Our first production in 1986 set us off on a thirty year journey through the highways and byways of theatre, and the success of April's show should stand us in good stead for many years to come. Thirty years ago we were all new members, whatever degree of experience we had had previously; it was a new venture and we had no idea whether we would be successful or not. This time around we were fortunate to be welcoming into the cast a number of members equally new to TTB, and all of whom performed admirably. This can only bode well for the future of TTB. 

The show was reviewd by Alex Wood for the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) who commented, "This was a very enjoyable show – I have rarely heard so much loud and prolonged laughter at an amateur production.". Alex's full review can be seen here.

Details of the show are on the Bedroom Farce Archive page together with photos of the cast.

This year TTB celebrates 30 years of treading the boards around Milton Keynes. Our first meeting was held in early January, 1986 with our first production, Alan Ayckbourn's Bedroom Farce, taking to the stage in May of that year. Since then the group has expanded and our range of productions has covered genres from Shakespeare to Pantomime, serious drama to broad farce.

We look forward to entertaining MK audiences for many years to come.