Miracle Theatre in Ogbourne Maizey

Miracle Theatre in Ogbourne Maizey

On a summer’s evening early in July, Ian and Marion Gordon-Finlayson host, in their garden,  a production by the touring theatre company “The Miracle Theatre”.

The event is open to villagers and non-villagers alike and all proceeds go to charity. A bar, ice creams, coffee & sweetie bar, WC and free parking are available.

Theatre goers bring their own chairs and picnic hampers and scoff quails eggs, strawberries and champagne before, during and after the performance.

If the weather is kind, it is a wonderful evening. The quality of the productions is amazing and it is definitely an evening not to be missed.

(gates open at 6pm for picnics)

Bar/WC/Coffee & Sweetie bar

Tickets in advance only 01672 – 512125 or email: maizey50@gmail.com

Each year a different charity benefits from the performance by The Miracle Theatre Company. In 2021 any excess went to the Miracle Theatre Company in order to support them after their enforced closure in the 2020 season.
Past productions include:

2005 The Case of the Frightened Lady (Wiltshire Air Ambulance)
2006 The Government Inspector (Marie Curie Cancer Care)
2008 Jason (and the Argonauts) (Help for Heroes)
2009 Tartuffe (William Budd Foundation)
2010 Romeo & Juliet (BLESMA)
2011 The Death of Sherlock Holmes (Wiltshire Community Foundation)
2012 The Importance of Being Earnest (Wiltshire Wildlife Fund)
2013 Waiting for Godot (Down Syndrome International)
2014 The Tempest (Meningitis Now)
2015 The Magnificent Three (The Merchant’s House Trust)
2016 Life’s A Dream (The Brian Tumour Trust)
2017 The Third Policeman (Wiltshire Historic Churches Trust)
A scene from the 2010 production of Romeo and Juliet
A scene from the 2009 production of Tartuffe