Coming in November 2023
17th November to 2nd December
Written by Peter Quilter and Directed by Karin Staflund
It is Lydia Martin's farewell performance on London stage. Her dressing room is filled with flowers and well wishers. However, as Lydia cuts the flower heads off one of her bouquets her dresser realises that not all well wishers are welcome. Can this star really leave her life on the stage? Her wealthy though somewhat elderly Swiss fiancé is sure she can.
8th - 23rd March 2024
Written by Sean Guy and Directed by Tim Riessen
Death walks into a Bar and offers a choice… A young woman goes on a first date with a stranger...
And a trio of women discuss anything other than the divorce. It’s just another one of those evenings.
“Last Call” is a tragicomedy that invites the audience to laugh at miserable barflies given power over life and death, and the book club with a drinking problem (or is that a wine club with a reading problem?) that can’t stay on topic.
It’s also a story of misunderstood truth, harsh reality, and the way our smallest choices can have the most devastating consequences on an overgrowing web of lives.
Join us for one last drink. Maybe a dance too. You won’t regret it.
7th - 22nd June 2024
Written by Sean Guy and Directed by Anita Bound
An Agatha Christie-like murder mystery in which two detectives try to piece together an increasingly confusing murder mystery that involves wine, latex, two somewhat-competent detectives, and a strange group of individuals who all remember the evening very differently.
6th - 21st September 2024
Written by Sarah Ruhl and Directed by Phil Bedworth
While at a café, a man dies. But his cell phone will not stop ringing. The woman at the next table, Jean, picks up the cell phone and ends up stuck in the middle of all his troubles, meeting his widow Hermia, his mother Mrs. Gottlieb, and his mistress. In the course of meeting all these people, she ends up falling in love with the dead man’s brother, Dwight. The dead man himself, Gordon Gottlieb, eventually tells his last moments himself.
29th November - 14th December
Written by Norm Foster and Directed by Jay Shaw
David, a renowned novelist battles creative stagnation whilst bearing the weight of a heart-wrenching revelation he’s concealing from the world. Meanwhile, Lucy, his devoted housekeeper of nearly three decades, guards a hidden truth she dreads unveiling.
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