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Past Projects & Productions

Past Productions: Upcoming Productions
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Ashes to Ashes

14th July-16th July 2022

In a battle of control for the narrative ensures as the academic Devlin reacts to the discovery that Rebecca has had a Fascistic lover. Trying to manipulate language he rigidly excavates her past. Rebecca "remembers" things that have not happened to her and ultimately defeats all Devlin's demands.

"...there are some things one remembers even though they never happened. There are things I remember which may never have happened, but as I recall them they take place."

- Anna in Pinter's Old Times

Mountain Language

14th July-16th July 2022

Woman from the mountains wait all day to see their imprisoned husbands. Soldiers deflect their legitimate questions with incomprehensible and menacing responses. they are told they may no longer speak their own language.


A play that echoes things that are happening in the world today and shows how easily things like this could happen to anyone anywhere.  

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Those where the days

1st & 2nd July 2022

Our very special jubilee performance. We have had a great time looking back over the past seven decades and reconnecting with the music and the fun – we certainly hope that you did too!
Some of us remember as far back as the 50s – but we’ve had to enlist the help of our youth members to bring us bang up to date. To celebrate through the years of the queens reign.

Escaped Alone

21st -23rd October 2021

Written by Carol Churchill and directed by David Jones, we produced Escaped Alone. During several sunny afternoons in Sally’s Garden, Three elderly Ladies lightheartedly discuss days gone by discussing family news, their various mental health conditions including OCD, agoraphobia, depression and more.

Joined by an outsider who may or may not have arrived from elsewhere.She certainly interrupts the conversation with an occasionally ludicrous and comic apocalyptic vision of a world which has imploded. She, only, it seems, has “escaped alone” to tell the sometimes outlandish story of a disintegrated world which references floods, wildfires, tsunamis, hunger, whirlwinds and mutating viruses. 

 In conversations which touch on contemporary issues, cancel culture, the ‘war on woke’ the play honours the often unheard voices and feelings of ageing women and reflects on the resilience needed to survive 70 years as a woman.


“Disaster is all around. Let’s have another cup of tea.”

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Mr Loveday's Little Outing

Produced in May 2020, during lockdown

While the theatre is closed to us, we are still telling stories!  All actors recorded their parts separately, in isolation, and then with the addition of some creative SFX, they were put together by our technical producer to create an audio play. Magic!

Recording is below.

A Fisher's Tale

Recorded in June 2020

Our second #SociallyDistancedDrama is a gentle comedy, set in Wales and featuring two reprobates known in the neighbourhood for poaching. Just as it looks as though they will be apprehended by the local gamekeeper, a chance encounter with a bishop saves their bacon!

Recording is below.

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Treasure Island Pantomime

15th - 25th January 2020

Was a Swash-buckling adventure of a Pantomime.

Oh What A Lovely War!

16th -19th October 2019

A musical of the 'War Game.' It shows the events of World War One. Using popular songs of the time.

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