The Wind in the Willows By Alan Bennett adapted from the book by Kenneth Grahame. Directed by Jessica Ann Jenner A National Theatre hit in 1990, Grahame’s much-loved woodland characters combine with the drollness of Bennett. Join Mole, Ratty and Badger as they try to control the high-spirited and madcap escapades of Toad. Given a modern twist this promises to be a quirky production breathing fresh life into a classic tale. ‘Bennett is even able to inject the odd sly joke for the adult without bewildering the tots… the result is a delightful evening, a treat for anyone.’ The Times
Successful and wildly in love, Polly and Owen seem to have it all. But when a mysterious new technology enters their lives, the digital becomes confused with the physical, and they are forced to re-evaluate their concepts of freedom and reality.
Gripping new play about the Nazi regime in 1930s Germany where the celebrated young lawyer Hans Litten disappears into the Nazi system and his indominatable mother Irmgard confronts his captors at enormous personal risk as she fights to secure his release.
Mel Edison has definitely had better days. The summer heat is unbearable, the air-con is on the blink, the noisy neighbours are driving him crazy, his high-stress job is about to vanish and the television news is getting weirder by the second. Luckily Edna, his loving and supportive wife, is a beacon of hope and sanity. But not for long…
Set in pleasant woods on the outskirts of Geneva in the late 1980’s, two arms limitation negotiators , one Russian and one American, take a stroll. Away from the glare of the negotiating table, they develop a relationship even though their personalities are very different. An intriguing and thought provoking drama as relevant today as it was in 1988.