Production Archives

Double Bill: Bouncers and Shakers

6 March 2019 to 9 March 2019

'Bouncers' by John Godber
'Shakers' by John Godber & Jane Thornton​

Directed by Lloyd Spencer & Gwenefer Roskilly

A satirical look at British nightlife, told through the eyes of four doormen and four cocktail waitresses. Eight performers take on the personalities of well over fifty characters in order to convey the sights and sounds that keep working class Brits drinking and dancing into the small hours of the morning.

More details coming soon!

The Ladykillers

2 November 2018 to 10 November 2018

By Graham Linehan
Directed by Anne Chandler
Based on the Motion Picture screenplay by William Rose

The classic Ealing black comedy re-imagined for the stage.

A gang of criminal misfits take refuge in the house of kindly Mrs Wilberforce whilst they plan their next big job.

Professor Marcus, the gang's mastermind, has concocted a devilish heist, which Mrs Wilberforce unwittingly becomes a part of. It's the perfect crime; after all who would suspect an innocent old lady of daylight robbery?

Double Bill: The Real Inspector Hound & Black Comedy

20 June 2018 to 23 June 2018

The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard
Black Comedy by Peter Schaffer

The Memory of Water

7 March 2018 to 10 March 2018

By Shelagh Stephenson
Directed by Elizabeth Maisey

On the eve of their mother’s funeral three sisters meet and reveal the conflicts of the past and its grip on the present. The central metaphor, that water retains some biochemical memory of whatever has been dissolved in it however dilute – ‘’my mother goes through us like wine through water. Whether we like it or not. Nothing ends entirely’’ Families are both blessed and cursed by the generations before them and curse the ones that come after.

Season's Greetings

3 November 2017 to 11 November 2017

By Alan Ayckbourn
Directed by Malcolm Ball

It's Christmas Eve in the Bunker household and stress levels are rising. Belinda wants peace and goodwill; Uncle Harvey wants peace and quiet to watch the telly; Phyllis wants another drink, and Rachel just wants to be loved! The arrival of Clive (a young author), and an incompetent puppet show from the hapless doctor Bernard, sets the scene for a night of comedy of the darkest variety.

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