Welcome to Middlesbrough Little Theatre's website! We are an amateur theatre group based in Linthorpe, Middlesbrough.
On this site you'll find out about both the acting and social sides of MLT, what's going on and how to join.
Why not join our mailing lists to be reminded of when shows are on or our audition mailing list if you're interested in taking part in a show either on or off stage?
We're always looking for new members to act, build sets, stage manage, work lights and sound, help out backstage or work front of house - we'd love you to take part.
You can find out more information about what's happening at Middlesbrough Little Theatre by clicking on any of the links above.
Our next production will be Stepping Out by Richard Harris.
Auditions for our January play, Suburb of Babylon, are being held in early October. Details at the bottom of the page.
We have lots of gigs and the play, An Empty Plate in the Café du Grand Boeuf coming up in our Studio. check out the Studio page for more details.
Can you help??
Middlesbrough Youth Theatre are looking for new leaders to deliver workshops on a Saturday. We are a voluntary group who meet with our students on a Saturday morning 10.30 till 12.30. If you have experience in any of the three disciplines in performing arts and could spare 2 hours on a Saturday morning we would be very grateful. We would also consider students who are working towards teaching qualifications as this would be a good chance to work with students who are passionate about performing arts. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Thank you!
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The first MLT production next year is 'Suburb of Babylon', a play in three inter-linking parts by Hugh Leonard and directed by Julia Armstrong. They include 'A Time of Wolves and Tigers' with the awkward attempts of an alcoholic to persuade his wife to return, 'Nothing Personal' - a rather sinister slice of political drama and 'The Last of the Mohicans' - an hilarious farce about attempted adultery.
The production will take place in the Studio in Toft House (Please note that will not be performed in Middlesbrough Theatre) from 25-30 January 2016 with rehearsals starting in late November.
All parts are in 30s/40s and will require Irish accents as they plays are set in Dublin.
A Time of Wolves - Jumbo - late 40s, half-drunk
Nothing Personal - Betty - 30s but seems older
Pat - 30s, working-class, self-educated (male)
Phil - 40s - gregarious, well-meaning
The Last of the Mohicans - Dom - early middle age, having an affair
Finbar - early middle age, nervous
Grace - 30s. 90% panther, but 'you can't take the girl out of convent school'
Ita - early middle ages. Forthright, but nice
Seamus - 30s/40s. Angry and jealous
There will be a reading of the play in the upstairs Meeting Room in Toft House (the white building next to Middlesbrough Theatre) on Tuesday 6th October at 7pm, with auditions on Friday 9th October from 7pm. These will also be in Toft House. Please meet in the bar for this.
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