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15 May 2018

No Exit

8pm June 19-23, 2018  Tense, clever and claustrophobic No Exit, a translation of Sartre’s 1944 play Huis Clos, is the story of Garcin, Inez and Estelle who are about to discover why they have been brought inexplicably together in the confines of a small room … Running time: TBC   Director: Guy Jones Cast: Valet – Steve Anstee Garcin – Daniel Kelly Inez – Catalina Lütz Estelle – Róisín Deady

15 May 2018

A Chorus of Disapproval

8pm June 5-9, 2018 (Saturday matinee 2.30pm) Ayckbourn’s brilliant and intricate comedy about the recently widowed Guy Jones who moves to Pendon village where he decides to audition for a local amateur theatre company putting a big city cat firmly amongst the small town pigeons!. Running time: TBC   Director: Lisa Thomas Cast: Guy Jones – Adam Crook Dafydd ap Llewellyn – Jason Salmon Hannah Llewellyn – Daisy Swayne Bridget Baines – Siobhán Campbell Mr Amets – David Carr Enid Washbrook […]

23 Mar 2018

Miss Julie

8pm May 15-19, 2018 The scandalous turn of the century drama, banned in Britain for nearly fifty years after its publication, chronicles a midsummer’s eve of flirtation and seduction between the wealthy lady of the house and one of her father’s household employees. Running time: 120 minutes with a 15 minute interval Includes adult themes and strong language throughout. Age 16+ only   Director: Anna Rubincam Cast: Julie – Helena Klaus John – Alastair Norgate Christine – Ruby Todd

23 Mar 2018

Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons

8pm April 17-21, 2018 The average person will speak 123,205,750 words in a lifetime. But what if there were a limit? Oliver and Bernadette are about to find out. A play about what we say and how we say it; about the things we can only hear in the silence; about dead cats, activism, eye contact and lemons, lemons, lemons, lemons, lemons. Running time: 75 minutes with no interval Includes adult themes and strong language throughout. Age 16+ only Director: Jason […]

23 Mar 2018

Next Fall

8pm May 1-5, 2018 Luke is deeply religious and Adam is an atheist but despite their differences they are in a committed and wonderfully strong relationship … but something’s about to happen that will test everything they each believe in. Running time: TBC with a 15 minute interval Includes adult themes and strong language throughout. Age 16+ only   Director: Barry Heselden Cast: Adam – Mat Hill Luke – Mark Wartenberg Holly – Jennifer Nettles Brandon – Tom Watts Arlene – […]

03 Feb 2018

Cans

8pm April 3-7, 2018 “The last year of Dad’s life was a nightmare. But you know what? That was one year in fifty. Rest of his life was pretty much awesome for him, you know? And I keep saying to myself – one year in fifty – that makes his life, like, ninety-eight-per-cent happy, right? That’s pretty good statistics, right?’ Jen’s dad was a chat-show host, a national treasure. But now he’s dead and Jen’s getting spat at in supermarkets. To […]

03 Feb 2018

His Dark Materials

7.30pm (& one 2pm matinee) March 20-24, 2018 The first show back in our home at the Old Fire Station, the SLT Youth Theatre bring to life Philip Pullman’s much-loved fantasy trilogy which follows the adventures of Lyra and Will as they travel through a multiverse, moving between many parallel worlds. NB: The play is in two parts. Parts I & II will be presented on alternate nights. Running time: TBC with a 15 minute interval   Directors: Peter Stevens and […]

03 Feb 2018

Most of What Follows …

8pm March 13-17, 2018 Most of What Follows is a Complete Waste of Time is a collection of peculiar and sometimes puzzling sketches, dialogues, meditations, sermons, saints’ lives and sales pitches – many never before performed – from the gently subversive genius of N. F. Simpson. Suitable for age 12+. Running time: 80 minutes, with a 15 minute interval   Director: Bob Callender Cast: Kay Anderson Chris Bennett Peter Bond Margaret Glenn Naomi Liddle Tom Melly Alex Watts

03 Feb 2018

The Servant of Two Masters

8pm February 20-24, 2018 Truffaldino is always hungry. He has arrived in Venice with his new master and can only think of one thing – his stomach. He somehow acquires a second master (two wages equals more food), and he must serve them both without the other finding out. But when you aren’t that clever and the masters you’re serving are actually two lost lovers (one of them in drag), it’s definitely not going to be easy. Throw in another pair […]

28 Dec 2017

Constellations

8pm January 30 – February 3, 2018 Constellations is a boy-meets-girl romantic comedy evolving into something sadder. Can one word alter the course of your life? A thousand different ways to say I love you? Marianne and Roland’s relationship unfolds across time and space, with each variation sending their relationship on a different trajectory. A play about free will and friendship, quantum multiverse theory, love and honey. Running time: 90 minutes, with no interval   Director: Jess Osorio Cast: Roland – […]