The 2018 season is now over at the UK’s oldest weekly rep.

We had another incredibly strong set of plays this year. From the iconic thriller “Deathtrap”, through the touching and lovely “Driving Miss Daisy” to a UK premiere in the shape of Daniel Glattauer’s witty and life-enhancing cyber-romance “Love Virtually”; we commemorated the hundredth anniversary of the end of WW1 with Michael Morpurgo’s powerful “Private Peaceful” and perhaps most excitingly of all – we were given permission to stage our first ever full production in a tent on Frinton’s gorgeous Greensward – “Fiddler on the Roof”. We had two fabulous music nights and a comedy night at Frinton Lawn Tennis Club.

Please check out our one remaining event this year “Letters from a Lost Generation” in our programme.

Don’t forget that Frinton Summer Theatre is now a fully registered charity. We continue with our mission to give jobs to actors and technicians straight out of drama school and we embrace diversity and accessibility in all its forms.

If you fancy helping out or getting involved please drop us a line: mail@frintonsummertheatre.org.

I really hope to see you next year for our 80th Anniversary season.

Clive Brill, Producer

Welcome to the 2018 Season of Frinton Summer Theatre at The McGrigor Hall – the UK’s  weekly rep.

We have another incredibly strong set of plays for you this year. From the iconic thriller “Deathtrap”, through the touching and lovely “Driving Miss Daisy” to a UK premiere in the shape of Daniel Glattauer’s witty and life-enhancing cyber-romance “Love Virtually”; we’re commemorating the hundredth anniversary of the end of WW1 with Michael Morpurgo’s powerful “Private Peaceful” and perhaps most excitingly of all – we’ve been given permission to stage our first ever full production in a tent on Frinton’s gorgeous Greensward. It will be the timeless family classic “Fiddler on the Roof”.

With two music nights and a comedy night at Frinton Lawn Tennis Club it promises to be a wonderful summer in our lovely seaside town.

Don’t forget that Frinton Summer Theatre is now a fully registered charity. We continue with our mission to give jobs to actors and technicians straight out of drama school and we embrace diversity and accessibility in all its forms.

If you fancy helping out or getting involved please drop us a line: mail@frintonsummertheatre.org.

I really hope to see you over the Summer.

Clive Brill, Producer

8TH JULY TO 25TH AUGUST 2018