Previous Productions

Our previous productions include the following plays. More details and photographs are available for many of our productions by clicking on the play title.

2019
The Twelve Pound Look by J. M. Barrie
The Bride To Be by Peter Quilter

2018
Forget Me Knot by David Tristram

2017
Curtain Up On Murder by Bettine Manktelow
Mission To The Planet Bob by Andrew Bawn
A Betrothal by Lanford Wilson
Secretarial Skills by Peter Quilter

2016
The Importance Of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
Frankenstein's Guests by Martin Downing
London Suite by Neil Simon

2015
Who Did It? by Neil Harrison

2014
The Old Lady Shows Her Medals by J. M. Barrie

2013
Sudden Death At Thornbury Manor by Chris Lewis & Carol Hutton
Hound Of The Baskervilles adapted by Stephen Kanny & John Nicholson
A Lady Of Letters (Alan Bennett)
The Bear (Anton Chekov)

2012
Short Changed (Jean McConnell)
On The Outside (Leonard Morley)
Private Lives by Noel Coward

2011
Blind Date by Peter Quilter
The Holiday by Peter Quilter
Bang You’re Dead by Paul Reakes
The Odd Couple (female version) by Neil Simon

2010
Snake In The Grass by Alan Ayckbourn
The Extraordinary Revelations Of Orca The Goldfish by David Tristram
Breakfast For One (David Foxton)
The Thwarting Of Baron Bolligrew by Robert Bolt

2009
Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward
Book Of The Month by Basil Thomas
The Visitors by Alistair Faulkner

2008
Men Should Weep by Ena Lamont Stewart
Say Something Happened (Alan Bennett)
Day Trippers by Jean McConnell

2007
A Bolt From The Blue (David Tristram)

2006
Hay Fever (Noel Coward)

Earlier Plays:
The Woman In White (Constance Cox)
When We Are Married (J. B. Priestley)
Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters (adapted by Stephen Briggs)
Laying The Ghost (Simon Williams)
Cat’s Cradle (Leslie Sands)
A Christmas Carol (Shaun Sutton)
Find The Lady (Michael Pertwee)
The Dresser (Ronald Harwood)
The Sorcerers Tale (James Scotland)
Ladies In Retirement (Edward Percy & Reginald Denham)
Ring Round The Moon (Jean Anouilh)
The Twelve Pound Look (J. M. Barrie)
A Twelve Month And A Day (Brian Freeland)