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Welcome to the Garrick Theatre!
The Stockport Garrick Theatre is the oldest 'Little Theatre' in the country and has staged plays continuously since it was formed in 1901, even during both World Wars. Members pay an annual membership fee to be a part of the company providing high quality drama. The Garrick is proud of its reputation for achieving a professional standard of production.
Our next production...
The 39 Steps
13th to 20th September 2014
Back by popular demand...
Bookends: The Simon & Garfunkel Anthology
Saturday 1st November. Tickets only £14 (£12 concession)
From the hits to the obscure, Bookends perform as no other Simon and Garfunkel act can; with just a single guitar to back their mesmerising harmonies. ‘Simon and Garfunkel - The Anthology’ features songs which span the entire career of the duo. With all the major hits such as Mrs. Robinson and The Boxer, folk gems such as Bleecker Street and Blessed and obscure unreleased songs such as Red Rubber Ball. The show contains something for every Simon and Garfunkel fan and with each show differing in its repertoire, it can be watched time and time again.
“Any Simon and Garfunkel fan should go and see this show” BBC Radio, Devon
Bookends perform these songs in a truly captivating way. Their delicate recreation of the unmistakable sound of the American folk-rock duo has been described by many as truly spellbinding. The songs are performed just as Simon and Garfunkel did throughout their recording career, one acoustic guitar and two delicate yet powerful harmonies which blend together to recreate the unforgettable live sound.
“Closing your eyes that could really be Simon and Garfunkel” BBC Radio, Nottingham
Also back by popular demand....
Darkside performing The Pink Floyd Show: 40 years of Pink Floyd
Sat 22nd November, 7.30pm, Tickets £14
Acclaimed Pink Floyd tribute band Darkside makes its eight performance at The Garrick with a concert that promises to impress Floyd fans with extracts from the band’s 40 years of progressive rock music. The evening is set to be a real Floyd Fest with a combination of sound tracks from the early years of Syd Barrett such as Arnold Layne through the iconic periods of Dark Side Of The Moon and Wish You Were Here to the later albums of The Wall and Division Bell supported by a spectacular laser light show and projected images.
Darkside covers songs which embrace the whole spectrum of Floyd’s iconic 40 year history which contributed to the band becoming a worldwide legendary musical force. Darkside is no ordinary tribute act. Celebrating its 10th anniversary tour next year this dedicated group of musicians and vocalists present The Pink Floyd Show with passion and empathy that year on year has impressed and delighted audiences in Stockport.
'Dear Garrick Theatre, I just had to contact you to let you know how much my husband and I enjoyed last night's performance - the acting, the staging, the special affects and the music were simply SUPERB, FIRST CLASS and we could not have had a better experience had we decided to go and see a show in the West End!' My Boy Jack audience member, June 2014
'A very bold choice of play and a real challenge to cast and audience alike and not a spare seat in the house which speaks volumes': In Camera audience member, June 2014
'Exceptional performances by everyone and impeccable verse speaking': Winter's Tale audience member, April 2014
'The theatre I grew up fantasizing about having a play at': Olivier Award-winning playwright Simon Stephens on the Garrick's 2013 production of his play Harper Regan.
‘We both enjoyed it greatly, and agreed that the acting and staging of the play were first-class. It's really good to see how well the theatre is supported and how varied is the range of plays staged’: audience members at If I Were You by Alan Ayckbourn, September 2013.
'Really exciting, a very atmospheric show, a really imaginative production an enjoyable evening; thank you!': audience members at Skellig by David Almond, December 2013