This Season's Productions

Thursday 14th-Saturday 16th November 2019

The Flint Street Nativity 

by Tim Firth

Directed by Edward Davies 

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“Mizzis Horrocks”‘ class of seven- year- olds (all played by adults) is about perform their nativity play at Flint Street Junior School for the proud mums and dads-and the occasional social worker. Squabbles arise when Gabriel wants to play Mary, the Star grumbles he’s not a proper star like they have at NASA, Herod won’t stop waving to his mum and dad, and the subversive Innkeeper is determined to liven up the traditional script. And then the stick insect escapes…..

Next Season's Productions

Thursday 27th-Saturday 29th Februaury 2020

Baskerville by Ken Ludwig

Directed by Lisa Kane

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Thursday 11th-Saturday 13th June 2020

Bonnaventure by Charlotte Hastings

Directed by Edward Davies

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Thursday 15th-Saturday 17th October 2020

Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward

Directed by Sheila Hood

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Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery

The comedic genius Ken Ludwig transforms Doyle’s classic The Hound of the Baskervilles into a murderously funny adventure. Watch as our intrepid investigators, Holmes and Watson try to escape a dizzying web of clues, silly accents, disguises and deceit, as five actors portray more than forty parts. If you enjoyed HADS’ production of The 39 Steps, this will be sure to please.

 

 

A flood in the fen country has trapped two prison officials and their prisoner, Sarah Carn, who is on her way to the gallows for the murder of her brother. But Sister Mary Bonnaventure is convinced of her innocence…

 

 

 

 

Socialite and novelist, Charles Condomine, invites the eccentric medium and clairvoyant Madame Arcati to his house to gather material for his next book. The scheme backfires when Madame Arcati inadvertently summons Charles’ deceased first wife, Elvira. The annoying and temperamental Elvira makes continued and desperate attempts to disrupt Charles’ current marriage to Ruth. One of Coward’s finest comic plays.

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