CANCELLED: Road to Nab End
By William Woodruff
Adapted by Phlip Goulding
Saturday 28 March – Saturday 4 April 2020
Playhouse2, 2 Newtown Street, Shaw.
A true taste of Lancashire, 'The Road To Nab End' chronicles the early life of William Woodruff, who grew up in Lancashire through the turbulent times of a crippling economy, poverty and social unrest of the 1920s.
What makes this play particularly emotive and powerful is that we experience these historic events through Woodruff’s childhood reflections.
All performances start at 7.30pm. Doors and Bar open at 7.00pm.
Tickets are priced at £10.00 and go on general sale approximately 3 weeks prior to each show.
At our ticket office (Interiors) you can pay by cash, cheque or card with no booking fees. Online booking incurs a booking fee of up to 10% (minimum 50p).
Our ticket office is just round the corner from Playhouse 2 at:
Interiors, 37 Market Street, Shaw, OL2 8NR
Opening Hours for ticket sales are 10.00am to 4.00pm - Monday, Wednesday, Thursday , Friday and Saturday.
Pop into Interiors to get your tickets for forthcoming events. Alternatively, you can give them a call on 01706 840400 and pay by card over the phone. If you are travelling any distance to pick up tickets, it is recommended that you call Interiors in advance to check availability and opening times.
Please be aware that Kirsty and Margaret are kind enough to sell tickets for the Playhouse 2 in addition to primarily running their own business. If they are busy in the shop with their own customers, they may not be able to answer the phone. Leave a message and they will get back to you. Thank you.
All our events can also be booked online. Go to Ticket Source to book.
Online bookings are subject to a 10% booking fee and are normally available up to two hours before the event (Subject to availability). You will receive an eTicket by email but you can choose to have the tickets sent out by post for an additional fee.
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Metrolink is now operating a full service to Shaw and Crompton from Manchester and Rochdale. Trams operate every 12 minutes to/from Rochdale and Manchester. The trams run until around 12.00am on weekdays, 1.00am at weekends, and 11.00pm Sundays. We are about a 4 minute walk from the station. As you leave the platforms, turn left on to Beal Lane and walk about 300m and take the third left turning on Eastway. Playhouse 2 is about 150m on the right, opposite ASDA.
There are regular bus services to Shaw, with the local stops on Market St only a few metres from Playhouse 2. The services that use these stops are : 58, 59, 181, 182, 403, 404, 408, 428, 435, 982, X82.
We are very fortunate at Playhouse 2 to have an abundance of parking options for our members and audiences to use when visiting us.
Please note that parking times are subject to change so bear this in mind and check the individual signage on the car park that you are using.
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