top of page
Colored Theatre Lights

Past Productions

We have had a love affair with the theatre for a long time and have been creating memorable productions for over 30 years. Explore some of our past productions and get a glimpse into our rich history with the stage.

Spring 2024

Julius Caesar

This play was originally performed in modern dress with very few props, costumes and minimal set at The Globe in 1599.  Our production used ‘found’ costume and props, dynamically used lighting as well as soundand built in movement to help tell the story of this Shakespearean classic. Audiences found this show gripping, fast-paced and unexpectedly emotional.

Julius Caesar - Alistair & Lara
Night of the Living Dead Live

Autumn 2023

Night of the Living Dead™ Live

Six strangers in a farmhouse, surrounded by zombies – what could go wrong? More than just a recreation of the story, this show was a hilarious re-imagining celebrating the history and influence of the original 1968 film. It featured a grey-scale set, costume and lighting design that perfectly complimented some stellar comedic performances and creatively timed sound effects.

Summer 2023

The Great Gatsby

Set in the Jazz Age, the play follows narrator Nick Carraway as he gets swept into the underground world of mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby. Based on the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, our production was an original adaptation from director Sam Islam. With magnificent performances by the cast along with stunning technical features, audiences were transported back to the 1920s.

The Great Gatsby
Jane Eyre

Spring 2023

Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre is a story of strength and resilience. This version had grittiness, tragedy, heart-warming moments of friendliness, companionship and romance. Featuring an ensemble cast and the use of the ensemble as narrators to vocalise Jane’s inner voice, this creative production was particularly touching. It created new Brontë fans and captured the hearts of long-time fans.

Autumn 2022

The Haunting of Hill House

Hoping to cause a sensation in the field of para-psychology, Dr. John Montague rents Hill House, a secluded manor with a reputation for being haunted. He invites three participants: Eleanor, Theodora and Luke. It featured hauntingly beautiful performances as well as an original score along with stellar lighting effects to set the mood for this horror masterpiece.

The Haunting of Hill House

Summer 2022


Arcadia explores the relationship between past/present, order/disorder, and certainty/uncertainty. In the past, it follows Thomasina, a bright teenager well ahead of her time. In the present, Hannah is trying to understand the truth about what happened in Thomasina's time. This dynamic production kept audiences enthralled until the very last moment, when times collides.

Spring 2022

Nell Gwynn

It’s 1660, the monarchy is back, pleasure is in vogue and you can even see a woman on the stage. The play follows Nell Gwynn’s meteoric rise from orange seller to mistress of the king as she navigates the bawdy world of restoration theatre and the treacherous royal court. This colourful production featured enthusiastic ensemble performances that stole audience hearts.

Nell Gwynn


The Hollow


Sense & Sensibility

Wyrd Sisters

Jekyll & Hyde


Murder on the Nile


Richard III

Twelfth Night

The Ladykillers


Death in High Heels

Cyrano & Roxanne


And Then There Were None

The Scarlet Pimpernel

The Cat's Meow



The Man in the Iron Mask

The Hound of the Baskervilles



Much Ado About Nothing

A Doll's House


Julius Caesar

The Man of Mode



Arsenic & Old Lace

The Rivals

Three Sisters



The Comedy of Errors

The Dunwich Horror


The Crucible

Treasure Island



Hobson's Choice

The Taming of the Shrew

Glengarry Glen Ross


Great Expectations

D'Artagnan's Daughter

Educating Rita


Noises Off

The Rover

The Importance of Being Earnest



Lords & Ladies

The Lion in the Winter


A Midsummer Night's Dream

Pride & Prejudice

Journey's End


An Inspector Calls

As You Like It

A Few Good Men

bottom of page