Archive for 16/17 season
Habeas Corpus

The first show of our 2016-17 season is Alan Bennett’s hilarious farce, ‘Habeas Corpus’.  It can’t be better described than in Paul Taylor’s review of

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The Selkie Wife

An ancient Celtic myth explodes in the centre of a modern family in this strikingly original and beautifully written drama by Kelley Jo Burke. When

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Wyrd Sisters

Terry Pratchett takes Shakespeare’s Macbeth and then turns it up ’till the knob comes off.  It’s all there – a wicked duke and duchess, the

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The Ladykillers

In 1954 William Rose, an American scriptwriter, woke his wife Tania in the small hours saying he had had a strange dream, in which five

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Forget-me-Knot

Forget-Me-Knot, by David Tristram, tells the tale of a man who may or may not be Robert Zeinfeld, found wandering and suffering from amnesia.  Detective

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The Ghost Train

When The Guardian’s theatre critic was asked for his choice of the greatest stage ghost story of all time, his answer was not, as might

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