Oliver Twist

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Written by Charles Dickens 19-24 June, 7.30pm – £8/£6.50 Sat matinée 2.30pm – £8/£6.50 Written for the Bristol Old Vic, Jeremy Brock’s stage version of Oliver twist is splendidly theatrical that combines the richness of Dickens’s classic tale with the sinister antics of Fagin and will delight children and adults alike. Book now

The Machine Gunners

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Adapted by Ali Taylor from the book by Robert Westall 24-29 October, 7.30pm – £8/£6.50 Chas McGill has the second-best collection of war souvenirs in Garmouth, and he desperately wants it to be the best. When he stumbles across the remains of a German bomber crashed in the woods – its shiny, black machine–gun still […]

The Ghost Train

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Written by Arnold Ridley 19-24 September, 7.30pm – £8/£6.50 Somewhere in Cornwall, the 1920’s. A young man accidently strands six passengers at a small Cornish station. Despite the station master’s story of a ghost train, they decide to stay the night in the stations waiting room. Soon, they regret this decision as ghostly and not-so-ghostly […]

Steel Magnolias

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By Robert Harling 16th- 21st May 2016 Truvy Jones runs a successful beauty salon in Chinquapin, Louisiana, where all the ladies in the neighbourhood have a standing Saturday appointment. Along with her anxious and eager assistant, Annelle, Truvy styles the hair of many of the women about town: wealthy widow and former first lady of […]

The Vagina Monologues

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By Eve Ensler 27th – 30th April 2016 “I decided to talk to women about their vaginas, to do vagina interviews, which became vagina monologues… At first women were reluctant to talk. They were a little shy. But once they got going, you couldn’t stop them. Women secretly love to talk about their vaginas. They […]

Treasure Island

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By Robert Louis Stevenson 21st – 26th March 2016 Following the phenomenal success of A Christmas Carol in 2014, we are delighted to bring you another fantastic adaptation of a family favourite by Karen Louise Hebden. Robert Louis Stevenson’s much loved pirate tale is adapted for the stage in this swashbuckling adventure. Will Jim Hawkins […]

1984

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8th – 13th February 2016 An amateur production, adapted by Robert Owens, Wilton Hall Jr, and William Miles Jr, from the novel by George Orwell, 1984 brings us the story of Winston Smith, a cog in the giant machine state of Oceania. Physically and mentally under the omnipresent eye of Big Brother, Winston has been […]

Where There’s A Will

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January 2016 Three estranged brothers are summoned to their late uncle’s will reading, but tensions soon arise and greed takes the forefront of the scenario. However, all is not what it seems, and their uncle has plans of his own.

Mary Shelley

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October 2015 A riveting new drama exploring the life and work of one of the most extraordinary women of the 19th century. Helen Edmundson’s astonishing new play brilliantly dramatises Mary Shelley’s remarkable life: her controversial philosopher father, her scandalous elopement aged 16 and how she wrote a novel, so radical in its ideology, that in […]

The Ladykillers

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21st – 26th September 2015 The Ladykillers written by Graham Linehan (Father Ted) tells the classic black comedy tale of a sweet little old lady, alone in her house, pitted against a gang of criminal misfits who will stop at nothing… Posing as amateur musicians, Professor Marcus and his gang rent rooms in the lopsided […]