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Below is a list of forthcoming shows and performances produced or hosted by the Alderney Theatre Group.

If you wish to be informed by e-mail of any new events as soon as they have been confirmed, simply send your e-mail address to with the reference "Forthcoming Events Update".

We also accept bookings by e-mail to

Sleeping Beauty and The Beasts

Thu Jan 25 - Sat 27
Island Hall 7:30pm for 8:00pm

Once upon a time…..
….a kind, slightly mad professor, three mischievous witches busy casting crazy spells on an innocent Guernsey princess, a beautiful Alderney girl and a poor little lamb. But will the dashing prince and his motley crew, who sailed in from the bigger island, or the arrogant (but nice) self-styled local hero protect the island and its people from two dangerous prowling beasts …and what will happen next?

Will Alderney ever be safe again?

That’s it in a wobbly nutshell. But there’s much more to it and this could get scary.
Anything can happen in a panto, especially if written by Lee Flewitt. You’ll be gripping your seats and laughing your heads off as the story unfolds.

A cast of 18 thespians, including several newly discovered talents will be entertaining you with a convincing performance, further enhanced by the musical brilliance of Alex Flewitt’s awesome Panto Choir.

The panto is produced by the Alderney Theatre Group and directed by Charlotte Newton. Numerous stunning special visual and sound effects have been created by Ronnie Cairnduff.
There will be three evening performances in the Island Hall: Thursday 25, Friday 26 and Saturday 27th January. And, as new tiered seating will be introduced, you’ll get a good view even if you’re sitting at the back. The shows start at 8.00pm and doors and bar open at 7:30pm.

The Friday 25th and Saturday 27th January performances are already sold out, so don’t leave it too late to get your tickets for the Premiere Thursday 25th January , on sale at Shirley’s in Victoria Street. Tickets (£12 adults- £8 age 6 to 16)

Anybody currently off the island may pre-book by email to

We are most grateful for the sponsorship support received from the States of Alderney and the Guernsey Arts Commission (GAC)

A special evening at the Braye Beach Hotel

Wed Apr 4
7:30pm at the Braye Beach Hotel

As part of the 2018 Heritage Festival the Alderney Theatre Group has organised a special evening for you at the Braye Beach Hotel:

A 2-course dinner followed by the screening of “An Island Story” in the hotel’s private cinema. This unique and highly acclaimed emotional musical was written and produced by Ray Parkin and performed by the Alderney Theatre Group.
It tells the tragic story of the island's evacuation in 1940 and the subsequent return of the islanders in 1945/46 to a devastated island.

Tickets £19 including 2-course dinner. Space limited to a maximum of 20 people.
To book please email or call 01481 824300

Much Ado About History

Fri Apr 6
The Georgian House Orangery, Victoria Street

As part of the Alderney Heritage Festival, we are inviting you to an evening of historical entertainment.

Tickets £25 include a 2-course dinner. More details will be published on this website closer to the date. Seats will be limited to 50.
To book email