Who are we
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society, or HATS, is an theatrical group in Holsworthy, North Devon. We stage plays, comedies, musicals and pantomimes and run our own HATS Theatre - for both our productions and events run by the local community....
What do you want to do:
What's on - find out about future events at the Theatre.
Book a Seat - find out how to book a seat at the Theatre, relevant contact details, even a seat plan of the theatre. Alas, no on-line booking - yet!
Joining in - for information about us and how you can join us, sponsor a seat or even book the Theatre for your own production.
Lots about HATS - everything you wanted to know about HATS, and maybe much you didn't! Find out how we are organised, our Committee, our Constitution, about our fundraising initiatives, our history (way back to the 1920's) and even an extensive description of what goes on to make a production. You can even find out how to borrow our costumes.
Members'Information - as it suggests this is information of most relevance to members - newsletters, shows, events - both current information and an extensive archive section
Past productions - details and photos of past productions.
HATS is affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association
The Theatre is in Bodmin Street, Holsworthy,
Devon EX21 6BH, Tel: 01409 253826.
Leave a phone message, or contact us through this Site.
Next Public Show
"Politically Incorrect" Songs of Tom Lehrer
Fri 31st Oct 2014Box Office now open
(10am - 3pm, Mon-Sat)
Doors Open: 7.00 pmFurther Information
News see all
HATS' Autumn play, Run for Your Wife, produced and directed by Ken Tyrrell, has received nothing short of fantastic reviews from its audiences!
Booking has now opened for HATS' Autumn 2014 production, "Run for Your Wife." Click the header or see the poster for info.
20th-21st September in Torquay.
You must read the 'Crit' of 'Cheshire Cats' written by Ian Goodenough of Noda. Congratulations to Sarah, the Cast and Production Team.
The HATS Spring play 'Cheshire Cats' moved its audiences, who praised the play's integrity and donated most generously to the Walk the Walk Charity. A total of £300 was donated by our audiences, and with the £400 of HATS' takings from tickets on opening night, together we raised the princely sum of £700 for the breast cancer charity. A big thank you to all who were involved in the play, supported it and came to watch.
Ken Tyrell is short of men for his next play, 'Run for your Wife'. Come along to the reading/audition on Monday 2nd June, or call him on 01409 231230.
Margaret Salter has very sadly passed away.