We have exciting plans to develop the theatre. The first phase is to develop our foyer into a community arts space. We’re grateful for any support you can give us.
This play touchingly explores the difficulties of an increasingly isolated daughter tiptoeing through the ‘mindfield’ of caring for a mother with dementia.
Featuring: Ann Richards and Chris Ives. Directed by Rod Wilkinson.
Holmes and Watson are enjoying a short holiday in the Devonshire village of Penley Green when they become aware of an unusually large number deaths. Before long they are in the middle of another mystery!
Featuring Steve Smith, David Charlton, Wendy Morris, Rosmary Gowers, Martin Donaldson, Ann Richards and Kevin Wing.
Using a borrowed video camera Kate is trying to record her profile piece for an online dating site. Facing the twin challenges of unfamiliar technology and rather familiar alcohol she’s having a bit of a struggle.
Three people, two propositions, one big binding job…….
Featuring James Proctor, Matt Baxter and Tina Shinkwin. Directed by Katie-Anne Ray.
Darren hates his job for the Special Treats Company. He just has time to fit in one quick call before the highlight of his day – the lunch break but will the call ever end!?Featuring Henri West and Teresa Robertson. Directed by Henri and Teresa.
Ever thought about the machines you see on the station platform? Can they talk and if so, what about?
Discover the answers in this short, amusing comedy.
Featuring Paige Phelps and Mick Ives. Directed by Mick Ives
Adapted by Stephen Duckham
Harry Sims is about to be knighted. On the eve of the ceremony unanswered questions from an incident fourteen years ago are suddenly revealed.
Featuring John Scampion, Vicky Whitehill, Kathy Buckingham-Underhill and Stephen Duckham. Directed by John Scampion.
A group of murder mystery writers get together to hone their skills. But the results are not at all what they expected!
Featuring Nikki Claire Cross, Jill Laurie, John Fenner and Oliver Jones. Directed by John Fenner.
Featuring Tito Tosin Jobi Tume and Tife David Tume. It was directed by Tosin Jobi Tume and produced by Steve Smith. The play was recorded at the TCube Theatre Company Studio, Ado-Ekili in Nigeria.
Have you ever wondered exactly what goes on in a man’s head? This short comedy considers just that!
Featuring Laura, Esther and Natasha and directed by Amy – all from the Talisman Youth Theatre
Jack has always copied Lilly’s homework. Now they’re older and applying for jobs, so things get awkward when he copies her dream job application…
Featuring Safia Lamrani, Andrew Houghton and Dave Crossfield Directed by Dave Crossfield & Safia Lamrani. Music by Jonty O’Callaghan
In this gentle comedy, long-time sweethearts, Freddy and Hermione, are enjoying a romantic dinner when a little snag jeopardises their plans.
Featuring Kathy Buckingham-Underhill , Graham Buckingham-Underhill & Vanessa Comer. Directed by Vanessa Comer.
A rainy afternoon, a mysterious clairvoyant and a willing client. The scene is set for a journey to beyond the grave. What could possibly go wrong?
Featuring Rod Wilkinson, Steve Smith & Wendy Morris. Directed by Stephen Duckham.
In this short bit of nonsense, a city sleeper receives a rude awakening.
Featuring Bill Davis and Ginny Davis. Directed by Ginny Davis.
A young man wakes to find himself tied to a chair in the dining room of an elderly couple. How did he get there and what will he do next?
Featuring Pete Gillam, Anne-marie Greene & Paul Forey. Produced by Paul Forey & Pete Gillam.
Set in the exotic dressing room of a famous Eastern European actress, a young woman, nervously waits within…
Featuring Julie Godfrey & Leigh Walker. Directed by Vicky Whitehill.
A gently spooky story set on a Cornish beach.
Featuring Susanne Jackson Mayne, Michael Barker, Neil Vallance & Allanah Harris. Directed by Steve Smith.
A fairy tale wedding, filled with love and hopes for a happy ever after.
Featuring Phil Reynolds, Paige Phelps & Dave Crossfield. Directed by Sally Jolliffe.
To mark the centenary of the Royal British Legion, a selection of poems reflecting the impact of war.
Readers: Rex Satchwell, Ann Richards, Dik Thacker, Alice Scott & Henri West. Music performed by Romany Pie. Directed by Dave Crossfield.
During World War II many romances bloomed through letters between young women at home and soldiers overseas. Some love stories defined two different lifetimes; others defined four.
Featuring Ellie Gowers, Wendy Morris, Ben Wellicome & Steve Smith. Directed by Jane Yates.
In this dark comedy, Dori and Sarah want to sail on to tomorrow, like Thelma and Louise. But things don’t quite go to plan!
There is some strong language in this play.
Featuring Sally Jolliffe & Dawn Morris. Directed by Jill Laurie.
On the pitch the referee makes the decisions. He has power over all the players. But who has power over him? Local assessor Michael tries to unravel the very singular mind of oddball referee Brian.
Featuring Rod Wilkinson & John Francis. Directed by Matthew Salisbury.
This video play is set in a Counselling Agency. Shorai, a counsellor, is sitting at her desk looking very distressed. She is soon joined by her client Sekai.
Please note: the content of this play is not suitable for children.
Featuring Eyahra Mathazia & Munyaradzi Guramatunhu. Directed by Zaza Muchemwa.
Have you ever thought how exciting it would be to have your fondest wishes come true? Three schoolgirls are given the chance to have just this, but things don’t quite work out the way they hope!
Featuring Findlay, Alais, Lilia, Amy & Ellie. Directed by Caroline McCluskey.