Here you'll find full listing of all shows the KOBAL Theatre Company
has produced, including cast and crew lists, reviews, synopses and
picture galleries, as well as news of forthcoming shows and extracurricular
Little Tin Rock God
The Show That Wasn't
The arrival of a mysterious businessman brings with it the revelation
that Johnny's star is fading. Faced with the prospect that the love
of his fans has waned, the panic sets in; but a solution may be
at hand. Does the smooth-talking stranger hold the answer to Johnny's
prayers; and if so, at what cost?
Dave and Jeff Versus the Crazed Corpse-Loving Consultant from Cardiothoracics
21st to 25th July at Zavvi, Manchester as part of
24:7 Theatre Festival and 4th & 6th September at Bolton Octagon
as part of “Four of the Best of 24:7”
Dave and Jeff return, pursued as per usual by a title sixteen feet
long that takes up the best part of the poster! Part of Manchester's
Little Tin Rock God
Oldham Coliseum, 19th July 2007
Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre, 26th July 2007 (part
of BLUE 5)
Part of Oldham Coliseum's “Wordsmith ‘07” festival.
Old Clubhouse, Buxton Fringe Festival - 15th to 18th July 2007
- 13th to 16th December 2006
Have you ever been woken from a drunken stupor by a pink elephant
telling you to brew your own beer? Stan Watkins has...
Man with the Incredibly Strong Lips
Performed 5th - 8th May 2004
at the Grange Arts Centre, Oldham
In this hilarious pastiche of classic
film noir, gumshoe Andrew Bastain must keep his cool and confront
the ghosts of his past in order to find out who stole the diamonds
and who killed the hamster, in a case that would baffle Mitchum
and have Bogart reaching for the scotch.
An Evening With Gary Lineker
Performed 24th to 26th July
2003 at the Grange Arts Centre, Oldham
KOBAL presents Arthur Smith
and Chris England’s modern classic "An Evening With Gary
& Jeff versus the Evil Blood-Sucking Zombie Clowns from the
Performed January 2003 at the Grange Arts Centre, Oldham
In January 2003 the critically
ignored KOBAL Theatre Company returned from putting “Cinderella
on the Rocks” with a new comedy that frankly doesn’t
give a damn!...
Performed 21st to 24th November 2001 atthe Grange Arts Centre, Oldham.
Dante’s Inferno is
the hottest club in town and each night all eyes are on hunky Michael
as he hugs the Microphone, especially those of overworked barmaid
Cindy, whose secret love seems to be forever unsaid...
Occasionally KOBAL will branch out from
theatre into other media, if only to stretch their legs and brains.
Here are a couple of such occasions...