Main Auditorium14/01/2022 - 22/01/2022Bette Davies and Joan Crawford were in danger of becoming has-beens. Then an opportunity came along: to appear together in a new movie – ‘Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?’. Was their violent hatred of each other as rival sisters in the movie just an act? This play, recalling the story of these duelling divas, is poignant, tragic and deliciously hilarious.
Main AuditoriumSunday 13th February ONLYAn intimate evening of conversation with the wonderful Dame Eileen Atkins drawing on her career in theatre, film, and television which started in 1953. She has won numerous awards including BAFTA, Screen Actors’ Guild, Olivier and Drama Desk awards and many nominations. The evening will include a book signing session of her new book, 'Will She Do?'.
Main Auditorium11/02/2022 - 19/02/2022A 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. 'Delightful' - The Times.
Main Auditorium11/03/2022 - 19/03/2022Gripping new play about the Nazi regime in 1930's Germany where the celebrated young lawyer, Hans Litten, disappears into the Nazi system and his indomitable mother, Irmgard, confronts his captors at enormous personal risk as she fights to secure his release. ‘Deeply engrossing drama about the high price of resisting tyranny’, The Guardian.
In the bar23/03/2022 - 27/03/2022Successful and wildly in love, Polly and Owen seem to have it all. But when a mysterious new and promising technology creeps into everyone's phones, their world is turned upside down. As the line between physical and digital rapidly dissipates, Polly and Owen are forced to question whether their definitions of reality and freedom are the same.
Main Auditorium08/04/2022 - 16/04/2022Take one bombastic shop owner, a ‘plain’ daughter, a long suffering boot-maker, a couple more flighty daughters and their suitors – a recipe for a very unlikely love story as newfound fortitude deals a resolution that is Hobson’s Choice. ‘Harold Brighouse’s play is both hilarious and thoughtful combining both gusto and grit’ - London Theatre.