Christmas Shopping Fair

Give a little Love

GIVE A LITTLE LOVE......When 4 old school friends meet up again after 30 years at a Bay City Rollers tribute concert it soon becomes apparent that you can take a girl from her teens but you can't take the teenager from the girl. Old tunes and old flames die hard and live again in this tale of memories and music. Laugh, cry and Shang a Lang along with Liz, Debbie and Bev and get swept away by this entertaining, touching and revealing drama.

Lucky Sods

Jean bought the lottery ticket. Morris picked the numbers. They sat, they watched, they won. But is it a dream come true? This is a satirical and candid black comedy about a couple who have nothing on Friday and £4 million on Saturday. And now they just can't stop winning.

The Revival

The cast of Lucian O’Keefe’s 1946 classic ghost play Scared to Death are gathered and ready for their final dress rehearsal before opening night but all is not going smoothly. Actors are bickering, one of them can’t learn their lines, the director is on the edge of a nervous breakdown and to top it all off, the ghostly happenings of the play seem to be encroaching onto the real world. Slowly but surely fear takes hold as tales of the play’s curse seem to hold true and the cast find themselves caught up in an all too real, spine-tingling and terrifying ghost story.

The Hound of the Baskervilles

The play has its roots in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s 1901 story, beginning with the shocking death of Sir Charles Baskerville who is found on the grounds of his dark and spooky country house, Baskerville Hall. According to legend the Baskerville family is hounded by a curse which sees a hellish dog baying for the Baskervilles’ blood. With Sir Charles’s nephew and only known heir on his way to claim his inheritance, Sherlock Holmes is tasked with getting to the bottom of the curse before another Baskerville falls victim to the hound. With just three cast members and a script which is so fast-paced it’s likely to see all of them collapsing in the wings at the end, Steve Canny and John Nicholson’s Hound of the Baskervilles is a challenging piece of work.