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"When shall we three meet again, in Thunder, Lightning, or in Rain? When the Hurley-burley's done, when the Battle's lost and won, that will be e'er set of Sun, where the place? Upon the heath, there we go to meet Macbeth"

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WINTER PRODUCTIONS 23/24

Christmas sees the return of our wonderfully festive adaptation of the DIckens classic A Christmas Carol, plus our charming, heart-warming adaptation of The Snow Queen, and for Spring 23 we will return with the murderous Macbeth  There will be a handful of public performances for each play so click on the image below to see where you can catch the shows.

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“Marley was dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that....This must be distinctly understood, or nothing wonderful can come of the story I am going to relate."

"Now then.  We will begin, and when the story's done you shall know a great deal more than you do now..."

SUMMER SEASON 2024

Our summer shows for 2024 will be our new adaptation of the Dickens classic, Great Expectations, and a brand new adaptation of the charming Beatrix Potter tale, The Tale of Jemima Puddleduck.  

Venues and box office information will be posted on our website in early 2024 and once we are on sale you can click on the images below to take you to the tour dates and ticket information for each title. We usually go on sale at Easter and we'll be adding venues on a regular basis so do check back regularly to see if there's a venue near you.

 

To find your nearest venue,  please click here to take you to our map which has all our venues and shows listed.

We will definitely be performing whatever the weather forecast so please bring coats and brollies if you think it might rain.  If we have a thunderstorm or heavy deluge during a performance we'll stop the show and wait for it to pass before continuing with the performance.

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“Everybody for miles around, had heard of Miss Havisham up town—as an immensely rich and grim old lady who lived in a large and dismal house…”

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″‘Give me the herbs for the omelette. Be sharp!’ He was rather abrupt. Jemima Puddle-duck had never heard him speak like that. She felt surprised, and uncomfortable.”

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