SPRING TOUR 2022
This spring we are showing our darker side when we tour a new production of Shakespeare's grim tale of vaulting ambition, murder, madness and death Macbeth. We are visiting a handful of venues for public performances and you can see where we are touring by clicking on the image below.
"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"
SUMMER SEASON 2022
Our summer shows are Shakespeare's beset-loved comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream and for a family audience, the charming Beatrix Potter stories, The Tales of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny, and the delightfully sweet Kenneth Grahame (of Wind in the Willows fame) short story The Reluctant Dragon. We will add tour dates and ticket information as we have it so please click on the title below for more information.
We will definitely be at our venues 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.
“If we shadows have offended,
Think but this, and all is mended…
That you have but slumbered here
While these visions did appear…”
"You’ve got to fight him some time or other you know, ’cos he’s St George and you’re the dragon…”
But round the end of a cucumber frame, whom should he meet but Mr McGragor!
"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"
WINTER PRODUCTIONS 22/23
This spring you can see our darker side when we tour Macbeth and next 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. 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.
“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..."
Our Christmas plays run straight through and last no more than an hour. All of our other productions are full length plays, suitable for a family audience, and include a 15 min interval.