Although Hazelwood Lane is still closed to through traffic, and there is a ‘Road Closed’ notice at the junction with Outwood Lane, if you drive past the sign and proceed up the hill to Doghurst Lane, halfway up on the left-hand side, it will give easy access to the High Road (as Doghurst Lane is temporarily one way only). Turn right towards The White Hart, and our entrance can be reached as normal from the High Road.



Our next production is…

The Sneeze – Tue 4th to Sat 8th September

By Anton Chekhov

Directed by Jane and Nick Foster

Translated and adapted by Michael Frayn

Apparently, Chekhov didn’t like plays – except short ones.  So, we present a selection of his short plays (and sketches based on his short stories) freely adapted and translated by Michael Frayn.   Perhaps best known for Noises Off, Michael Frayn’s lively translations bring out all the wit and dry humour of Chekhov at his funniest.  Although the plays are set in late 19th century Russia, the emotions that drive the comedy are universal – anger, embarrassment, self-importance, disappointment, boredom, vanity, outrage, xenophobia – as a parade of larger-than-life characters find themselves in a series of ridiculous situations.

Book now for The Sneeze