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THE LAST OF THE HAUSSMANS

By Stephen Beresford

Directed by Julie Cumbo

February 21 – 26 2022

This play offers a funny, savage but touching portrait of a family which has lost its grip.  The action takes place over several months, beginning in the height of summer and ending in winter and there are various discussions, problems and rows though it’s playful rather than solemn.   Helped by quite a lot of alcohol, revelations emerge as do long-held resentments, all of which Judy tries to smooth over with her ageing hippy outlook. Her idealism clashes with the cynicism and realism of the generation down, her grown-up children Libby and Nick. 

It’s a new play, first performed at The National Theatre in 2012 with Julie Walters, Rory Kinnear and the sadly missed Helen McCrory.


TICKETS ON SALE FROM JANUARY 3rd






OUR DAY OUT

By Willy Russell

Directed by Debs Brooks

Tuesday April 5 – Saturday April 9 2022

Join the ‘Progress Class’ on a rare outing from the deprived area in which they live. Accompanied by their ever-patient teacher Mrs Kay and disciplinarian Mr Briggs the group cause havoc as they stop off at a zoo, a castle and a petrol station along their way to a theme park.  Exploring themes of education, poverty and the ever-present social glass ceiling,

Willy Russell draws on his personal teaching experience of an inner-city school with hilarious and heart-breaking results. With around 20 roles to choose from, this funny, gritty play is a great vehicle for our youth theatre.


TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE ON FEBRUARY 14th







THE WOMAN IN WHITE

By Constance Cox, adapted from the novel by Wilkie Collins.

Directed by Eve Manghani

Monday May 23 – Saturday May 28 2022

Late one night on a deserted road, Walter Hartright meets a young woman all dressed in white who needs his help. Slowly Walter’s world is enveloped in mystery and secrets. This play is based on the Wilkie Collins novel written in 1859 and is a truly atmospheric Victorian mystery. It is a detective story and a love story, with all the twists and turns one would expect from a modern-day thriller! The action keeps you intrigued all the way to the final scene: there is secrecy behind locked doors.

It is a Gothic Whodunnit, a terrifying tale of good versus evil. When you see this play, your heart will pound with excitement. Who is the woman in white?


TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE ON APRIL 4th