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Book by Tim Firth; Music and Lyrics by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth

Poignant and funny in equal measure, CCADS Theatre return to this inspirational story in its musical form ten years after being one of the first companies to perform the play.

The death of a much loved husband prompts a group of ordinary women in a small Yorkshire Women’s Institute to do an extraordinary thing. Blasting away all preconceptions of what it is to be in a women’s institute, they decide to do an artistic nude calendar to raise money for charity. Upturning preconceptions is a dangerous business and none of them expect the emotional and personal ramifications, but gradually the making of the fabulous and funny calendar brings each woman unexpectedly into flower.

The true story of the Calendar Girls launched a global phenomenon, a million copycat calendars, a record breaking movie, stage play and musical written by Tim Firth and Gary Barlow which coined the term “craughing” - the act of crying and laughing at the same time.

With unforgettable songs, every performance continues to add to the millions already raised for charity and also prove that there is no such thing as an ordinary woman.

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Booking line: Ticket source order line 0333 666 3366 The Box Office is open 10.00 - 12.00 Saturdays only for personal bookings.
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The Station Theatre

Call Ticket source order line 0333 666 3366 The Box Office is open 10.00 - 12.00 Saturdays only for personal bookings. for further details.

Address:

Station Theatre, Station Road, HAYLING ISLAND, Hampshire

Postcode: PO11 0EH

Parking details:

The theatre is provided with ample parking on site.


Accessibility details:

Parking : There is a disabled parking bay adjacent to the Theatre Entrance. Wheelchair accommodation : There are limited (eight) places for wheel chairs in the front row of the audience. Because of Fire laws, all our standard seating has to be fixed to the ground, therefore time is required to remove those in the front row to give us spaces for wheel chairs. Please give as much notice as possible when booking these places so that Front of House can arrange the removal of seating. Wheelchair access to the front row can be achieved from the Foyer by using the arcade and entering the auditorium by the side entrance. Disabled toilet facilities are provided off the foyer. Hearing Loop : There is a hearing loop for those who have hearing aids. If you wish to use the facility you should switch your aid to the ‘T’ position.


Show Times:

​7.30 pm nightly and 2.30 pm Saturday matinee