Mansfield Park & Ride
Mansfield Park & Ride...a long, long way from Jane Austen!
'But don't you think', opined Mr Bingley, 'you might get out of that wet shirt first?'
Gasp at the tightness of those bursting ...
The night Margaret Catchpole stole the brewer Cobbold's horse, she rode into legend.
This new play delves further into the chaotic world of the eighteenth century to ask what passions drove this ...
Margaret Catchpole 2012
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Margaret Down Under
The continuing saga of Margaret Catchpole, this region's favourite and best-looking horse thief. more >
Through the mist that shrouds the marsh, along lonely moonlit paths, skirting round isolated villages the black dog searches for its victims.
In a lonely village a man lies dead. his body is horr...
Marsh Fever (revised)
A revised version of our tale of Black Shuck, the demon dog, hits the road. A Board of Trustees is set up and the Company becomes Limited. Things are getting serious, especially when the van
Masters of Mayhem
Grace is the daughter of a wealthy industrialist and her passion is horses, so when she runs away and joins the circus she creates quite a stir.
Could it be another circus and prefessional rivalr...
A sparkling adaption of four popular plays performed in the Middle Ages as colourful pageants. Telling the story of the world from the Creation to the Exodus they pick out the marvellously human stori
Message From Neptune
A quirky new tale, set in the garret of a nineteenth century astronomer. His observations of the planet Uranus are sent into their own orbit when a colonic irrigationist, a psychopath and a beautiful
Daniel Defoe's racy classic of the eighteenth century comes vividly to life.
With authentic street music, the production paints a vivid picture of a turbelent period, when England found its feet ...
Mr Pickwick Goes to Town
In the sity of London in the depths of winter, Mr Pickwick arrives to share the Christmas Festivities with his friends the Tupmans. But at Mr Tupman's Factory of Christmas Trinkets, all is not as it s
Mr Pickwick's Victorian Christmas
Join the actors in the warm parlour of Dingley Dell to celebrate Christmas as a guest of Mr Pickwick, Dickens' most lovable and celebrated hero. The exploits of the Pickwick Club will be regaled, Plum