Pick of the Weekend

Hormonal Housewives - Margi Clarke
Hormonal Housewives - Margi Clarke

Theatre and Arts

FARCE by Ian Clarke of AntsIan Productions. Elisabeth can’t get rid of her ex-boyfriend Phillip, or she wouldn’t be able to if they could get the play started. Farce is a romp through the pitfalls of modern day theatre, with compulsory bum-flashing! This hilarious play will keep you guessing all the way through. All tickets £6, book for this premiere now.

Written in 2010 by Ian Clarke, his observations of the theatre world and its characters are all here. If you’re an actor you may recognise yourself - if not, you’ll have to be on your toes as this hilarious play will have you guessing right till the end. Doncaster Little Theatre, Thursday March 8 - Saturday March 10, 7.30pm. Tel. (01302) 340422, Doncaster Little Theatre

Hormonal Housewives - Starring Margi Clarke and written by Julie Coombe & John McIsaac

Following its sell-out tour of Scotland Hormonal Housewives is heading down south. Join the Hormonal Housewives as they battle against weight gain, weight loss, mood swings, wine, PMS, men, going to the gym, waxing, stretch marks, men, chocolate, upper-lip hair, chocolate, men, chocolate ... and all the other joys of being a 21st Century girl. Did we mention men and chocolate? - Sheffield City Hall, Saturday, March 10, 7.30pm (doors open 6.30pm) tickets £20 are available online at {http://www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk/|Sheffield City Hall|click here} at the City Hall Box Office or tel. 0114 2 789 789.


The Shopping Experience - A shopping event, with lots of handmade crafts and unusual gifts, including items from Phoenix Cards, Neals Yard, local cupcakes and many more. Ideal for Mothers Day and any occasion. Teas, coffee and refreshments in aid of breast cancer. Bawtry New Hall, Sunday, March 11, 2-4.30pm, free admission.


The Timelapse Concert 2012 - Gazz Collins. No Safe Haven Music and Promotion proudly present an evening with Gazz Collins as he performs his own unique style of electronic music. Over two hours worth of music and all backed up with image, light and laser. The Phoenix Theatre, Bawtry, Saturday, March 10, 7-11pm. Tickets are available at {http://gazzcollins.webs.com/|Gazz Collins|click here} £6.

Sheffield’s legendary John Reilly emerges from his former role as the front-man for Atlantic Records recording artists Boy On A Dolphin to release his solo album, ‘Zebulon’. An inspiring talent - catch this hometown hero at The Plug. Matilda Street, Sheffield, Saturday, March 10, doors open, 7pm, (Age 14+), tickets, £15, tel. 0114 276 2676, {http://www.the-plug.com/|The Plug|click here}


Doncaster Knights become Friday Knights when they tackle Bristol Rugby in their Championship play-off opener at Castle Park, Friday, March 9 (7.45pm).

Brett Davey’s men find themselves in a difficult group - along with Bristol, London Welsh and Nottingham - but hope to spring a surprise or two during an exciting climax to the season. For ticket information visit www.drfc.co.uk.

It is a big weekend for the Dons too. They launch their Co-operative Championship One campaign at home to Whitehaven on Sunday March 11, (3pm).