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entertaining angels

entertaining angels

Main Auditorium14/09/2018 - 22/09/2018Grace, a recently widowed vicar’s wife, is about to be turfed out of the vicarage by the incoming vicar – who happens to be a woman. When her sister returns from years abroad, skeletons fall from the cupboard and long hidden secrets are revealed. Ghosts need laying to rest – and one of them is ambling around the garden chatting with Grace! Funny, touching and thought provoking.

edgar and annabel/joseph k (double dystopia)

In the bar26/09/2018 - 30/09/2018Edgar and Annabel will amuse and intrigue you and has great political resonance. An engrossing hour in a police state where surveillance is the norm. Tension, humour, subterfuge....and karaoke! Joseph K is a modern adaptation of Kafka’s The Trial. Joseph K is arrested. He tries to defend himself and encounters a nightmare of bureaucracy. A dystopian tale, chilling and comically relevant for the ‘Computer Says No’ generation.

king charles 111

Main Auditorium12/10/2018 - 20/10/2018Queen Elizabeth 11 has died. After a lifetime of waiting, her son ascends the throne. A future of power, but how to rule? Mike Bartlett’s controversial ‘future history’ play explores the people beneath the crowns, the unwritten rules of our democracy, and the conscience of Britain’s most famous royal family.



Main Auditorium09/11/2018 - 17/11/2018Domineering Mr Manningham, bullies his acquiescent, gentle young wife Bella in the hope of convincing her that she’s mad, so that she can be consigned to an asylum, leaving him conveniently free to…? The classic psychological thriller set in Victorian London is tense, chillingly atmospheric and thrillingly contemporary.


In the bar21/11/2018 - 25/11/2018The tale of Jonah, Sophie and a fox called Scruffilitis. A dysfunctional, voyeuristic and darkly funny love story, that transforms themes of loneliness and grief into something tender and lovable.

the comedy of errors

Main Auditorium07/12/2018 - 15/12/2018A tale of mistaken identity involving not one but two sets of identical twins! The potential for confusion is huge and Shakespeare makes the most of the comic possibilities where one character believes him or herself to be talking to someone else. It is fast, furious and great fun!