Enthusiastic and energetic Geraldine Granger arrives in her new parish – but they’ve been expecting a man! Dibley – a rural parish, strangely frozen in time – is full of the well-loved characters. Cue fun and hilarity as Gerry gradually wins them over.
Author: Ian Gower & Paul Carpenter based on the TV series by Richard Curtis & Paul Mayhew-Archer
Director: David Draper
In this one women comedy we meet a middle aged, working class, Liverpool housewife who regularly finds herself alone and talking to the wall while cooking tea.
A surprise holiday in Greece means Shirley’s life will never be the same again…
Author: Willy Russell
Director: David Crossfield
With themes of terrorism, kidnapping, cultural bias and conflict this play focusing on the toll on three hostages caught in the middle. With national biases and prejudices intensified in their cramped cell, they cling on to sanity and hope through humour.
Author: Frank McGuinness
Director: Rod Wilkinson
Based on the Grimm fairy-tale, this is a delightful story brimming with traditional Pantomime favourites – a dotty Dame, a put-upon King, the good, the bad and the downright silly! It’s colourful, tuneful, full of slapstick and suitable for every member of the family!
Author: Stephen Duckham
Director: Sally Jolliffe