Guide Bridge Theatre in Audenshaw will be fully reopen in March following extensive improvement works inside.
Works to the kitchen, main foyer, toilets and more are all making good progress to improve the experience for theatre-goers and all those connected with the theatre alike.
The curtains came up on an extensive season of diverse theatre and individual theatrical nights at a special presentation night at the end of last year.
Guide Bridge Theatre will be taking to the stage to offer up productions of The Cripple Of Inishmaan by Martin McDonagh from March 14 to 19, Mike Harding’s Fur Coat No Knickers from May 2 to 7, A Taste Of Honey by Shelagh Delaney from June 27 to July 2, Gymnopédies by Martin P Roche from August 3 to 6, One Man Two Guvnors by Richard Bean from September 5 to 10 and Oliver Twist - the Charles Dickens classic adapted by Jeremy Brock plays from October 24 to 29. The annual panto will be back on at the end of November.