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7-14 July 2018
byIan Gower & Paul Carpenter
This stage adaptation of the popular BBC comedy takes its source primarily from the first two series of the show. It follows the bubbly and bouncy Vicar Geraldine Grainger, who is assigned to a small farming village called Dibley. At first the local community are horrified at the thought of a female Vicar, but eventually they learn to accept her. She too learns – and challenges – the steadfast ways of the village, and manoeuvres her way into the hearts of the parishioners and their community.
New Season!
8-15 Sept 2018
byRoger Hall
Barry and his wife Gen are in bed when this comedy begins and the scene – their bedroom – remains the same throughout the play. They are about to celebrate their 21st Wedding Anniversary and we are privy to their intimate conversations on marriage, family and work. It's clear that their lives have changed over the years, and many shocking revelations are uncovered during the play.
3-10 Nov 2018
byArthur Mathews & Graham Linehan
Set on the fictional Craggy Island, we follow the misadventures of Father Ted Crilly, Father Dougal McQuire and Father Jack Hackett, causing muddles and mayhem wherever they go. First aired in the 1990s, this cult comedy classic is still hilarious and will delight all who watch it.
14+15 Dec 2018 [Studio]
An evening of Christmas carols, music and stories. A delightful piece for the festive season. Featuring Enchant.
11-19 Jan 2019
byWarren McWilliams
Join Robin and his Merry Men as they take on the evil Sheriff. With downtrodden villagers, bungling henchman, a glamorous Dame and a dastardly villain – and some romance of course – will Robin save the day and win the beautiful Maid Marion's heart? Family entertainment at its best, in our ever-popular pantomime!.
2-9 March 2019
byNJ Crisp
A sunny afternoon in the Home Counties. Housewife Sally Driscoll answers the door to John Barrett, a man that she met on holiday with her husband. John is dangerously obsessed with pinning the blame for his wife's death on someone. As suddenly as he entered, he slips away leaving behind shattered faith, broken trust and a marriage that will never heal. A psychological thriller, full of twists and turns.
8-13 April 2019 [Studio]
byShelagh Stephenson
When 18 year old Danny is fatally stabbed in a random attack his family struggles to find meaning and forgiveness. His mother's determination to understand this atrocity brings her face to face with his killer and forces the family to confront this senseless loss. A thought provoking piece for our Studio which evolved out of a collaboration between Theatre Projects, prisoners and this award-winning playwright.
4-11 May
byGraham Greene
At his mother's funeral, uptight banker Henry Pulling meets his septuagenarian, eccentric Aunt Augusta for the first time in over 50 years. Despite having little in common they form a bond and she pulls him away from his quiet suburban existence into a world of adventure, crime and the highly unconventional details of her past.
6-13 July 2019
byHugh Wheeler and Stephen Sondheim
An infamous tale of Sweeney Todd, an unjustly exiled barber, who returns to 19th century London seeking vengeance against the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. The road to revenge leads him to Mrs Lovett, a failing pie shop owner whose luck sharply shifts when Todd's thirst for blood inspires the addition of a special ingredient into her meat pies... Sweeney Todd has become a successful masterpiece, simultaneously shocking and delighting audiences worldwide..

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