BE PREPARED! Our next season's dates:
Like to plan ahead? Don't want to risk being away for one of our shows? For the really keen, here are the dates for the next season starting autumn 2018.
24-27 October 2018: Time of My Life. A comedy by Alan Ayckbourn, directed Dianne Newby.
23-26 January 2019: Haunting Julia. A chilling ghost story by Alan Ayckbourn (punctuated by his usual wit), directed David Pritchard.
10-13 April 2019: Spirit Level. A supernatural comedy by Pam Valentine, directed Alan Foale.
End May/ early June 2019: our annual Murder Mystery, details tbc.
And for the really keen (!) dates for the 2019-20 season:
16-19 October 2019: Wait Until Dark. A thriller by Frederick Knott, directed Dianne Newby.
22-25 January 2020: How the Other Half Loves. A comedy by Alan Ayckbourn, directed Mike Andrews.
22-25 April 2020: to be confirmed.
We look forward to seeing you!
OUR NEXT PRODUCTION: "Haunting Julia" by Alan Ayckbourn
23-26 January 2019, directed by David Pritchard
First produced in Scarborough in 1994, Haunting Julia is essentially a ghost story. The play is set on the top floor of the Julia Lukin Centre, a bespoke combination of museum, shrine and music school. Here the attic bedroom has been recreated in which Julia, a musical prodigy, lived as a student and died a tragic, untimely death at the age of nineteen. Along one side is the viewing area, on the bed her favourite teddy bear. Three men gather in this room, each with his own connection to Julia, and, as they discuss the events leading up to the apparent suicide twelve years before, a series of eerie phenomena begins to take over the building. Has Julia gone for good or is she preparing one final, terrifying appearance?