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7-14 March 2020
byAmanda Whittington
A gripping drama about Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged in Britain. Set in the 1950s, Ruth, an aspiring model, enters the world of London nightclub hostessing, where there is more than just a drink on offer. She meets the wealthy, womanising David Blakely, a racing driver with whom she becomes obsessed – and their turbulent relationship ultimately leads to tragedy. Amanda Whittington, described as Britain's "most consistently popular female dramatist takes a fresh look at the woman behind the headlines.
6 - 11 April 2020
byJohn Godber
Lucky Eric, Judd, Les and Ralph are the original men in black as they tell the tale of one night in Mr Cinders, a Yorkshire nightclub. All the gang are out on the town – the boys, the girls, the cheesy DJ, the late night kebab man and the taxi driver – all under the watchful eyes of the Bouncers. A funny, energetic piece of theatre which is one of the most performed plays of the twentieth century. Book tickets via the Box Office.

WARNING. This play contains explicit language.
9-16 May 2020
byNick Newman & Ian Hislop
Keen to boost his flagging career, fading Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele arrives in England to play King Lear in Stratford – only to find that this is not the birthplace of the Bard, but a sleepy Suffolk village. And instead of Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench, the cast are a bunch of amateurs trying to save their theatre from developers. Jefferson's monstrous ego, vanity and insecurity are tested to the limit by the enthusiastic amdram thespians. As acting worlds collide and Jefferson's career implodes, he discovers some truths about himself and his fellow actors in this sparkling comedy.
4-11 July 2020
byGeorge Bernard Shaw
Eliza Doolittle – an unpolished, uneducated flower girl, working in Covent Garden, wants to learn how to be a lady who talks 'proper'! Professor Henry Higgins and his colleague Colonel Hugh Pickering place a bet on whether Henry, a renowned linguist, can help Eliza. Follow her journey, complete with tears and laughter, as she transforms into a beautiful and confident young lady. A delightful classic masterpiece, first presented on stage in 1913 but still popular with audiences today.

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