This comedy has everything one expects from Ayckbourn - the master satirist of middle-class manners.
Jeffery Archer’s first play begins as a courtroom drama, but develops into much more.
Andrew Bovell’s play follows the (mis) fortunes and emotional ties and tangles between members of the Price family living in Hallett Cove.
Produced on Broadway in 1965 this musical, by Dale Wasserman is based on the writings of Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616), with music by Mitch Leigh and lyrics by Joe Darion
The over arching theme of memory is used to highlight the conflict between the three sisters who are gathered for their mother’s funeral. No-one’s memory is the same, even to having doubts about whose memory is whose. These sisters are very different from each other and are dealing with their loss in a personal way.
Soulmates' is a humorous, playful and emotional play delving into the literary world debate over commercial literature versus artistic literature.
Bill, escaping his former life hides in his remote house/book shop, caring for his ageing father. Diane is stranded in a blizzard. Add a mechanic and his wife, and a mysterious Polar Bear.
In this Alan Ayckbourn comedy, failure is the name of the game for the the useless Chalke family and now, to top it off, one of them is going to be murdered...
Young, handsome, somewhat naive Guy Jones joins the Pendon Amateur Light Operatic Society and quickly finds himself moving up the theatrical ladder when two of the ladies take a fancy to him.
St. Jude’s Players have every right to be proud of what is being presented, and they deserve full houses every night. Make sure you get a ticket if you want to see some first class theatre.
John Patrick Shanley's multi-award winning drama is a study of perception and judgement when a nun accuses a priest of sexual misconduct with a child.