Malcom’s Musicland has had to close for a family emergency for a few days. It will hopefully re-open on Thursday 8th June at 10am. If you want to book tickets before then please contact us direct.

To book for shows until then:

Theatre Box Office will be open:

Saturday 10.30am - 2pm

Saturday 7pm-8pm (before Manfords Comedy Club)

Sunday 11am-1pm

Sunday 7-7.30pm (before A Monster Calls)

Monday 7 - 8pm

Tuesday 7 - 8pm

The theatre box office is cash only, but there’s no booking fee


Or book online:

TicketSource - pick your seats

SeeTickets - in most cases we’ll allocate your seat as the order comes in

WeGotTickets -  in most cases we’ll allocate your seat as the order comes in


Tony Robinson tickets are also available at Ebb & Flo Bookshop on Gillibrand Street.


We apologise for any inconvenience.


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The hilarious struggle of three actors to stage the works of Shakespeare forms the basis of the latest CADOS production at Chorley Little Theatre.

In The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) performers Steven Catterall, Andrew Kidd and Steve Unsworth attempt to act out all of the Bard’s 37 plays, playing dozens of characters as they race through the full works.

The show is fun for Shakespeare lovers and haters alike, as Titus Andronicus is recreated as a cooking show, the Histories are done as a football match, and there’s an attempt at the world’s fastest performance of Hamlet.

The play was first performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in 1987, then ran for nine years in London’s West End and has been performed all over the world.

Director Sean Duxbury recently won awards for directing the comedy The 39 Steps at Chorley Little Theatre and brings the same fast-paced irreverence to this show, with speedy costume changes, crazy props, songs and improvisation.

Making up the cast, Andrew Kidd and Steve Unsworth are long-time CADOS actors, known for The 39 Steps, Allo Allo, Two and Bouncers between them. Panto regular Steven Catterall is also a long-time member of improvisation group ComedySportz and brings that experience to the show.

These madcap men in tights weave their wicked way through all of Shakespeare’s Comedies, Histories and Tragedies in just 97 minutes, plus interval.

Tickets are £6 Monday to Wednesday, £8 Thursday to Saturday from or Malcolms Musicland 01257 264362.

Thank you to everyone who entered our raffle during the Shakespeare show this week. As promised, the tickets were drawn on stage at the start of the second half and these are the winning ones:

Salmon Pink 596 - 600

Yellow 141 - 145 *CLAIMED*

Yellow 231 - 235 *CLAIMED*

Yellow 111 - 115

Salmon Pink 781 - 785 *CLAIMED*

Yellow 306 - 310 *CLAIMED*

If you've won - congratulations! Please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to claim your prize.

Top prize is a remote control flying drone with camera, with runners-up prizes of bottles of wine.

Due to filming conflicts, Joel Dommett's show on Sunday 21st May has had to be rescheduled for Sunday 28th May. All tickets are still valid, and we apologise for any inconvenience. If you have tickets but can no longer make the new date please get in touch by 1st May.

This means some tickets are now available - book here!

This has also had a knock-on effect with other events:

ADDED: La La Land - Sunday 21st May, 7.30pm.

MOVED: A Monster Calls - from Sunday 28th May to Sunday 4th June, 7.30pm. Again, all tickets still valid.