Entertaining Angels


As a clergy wife Grace has spent a lifetime on best behaviour. Now, following the death of her husband Bardolph, she is enjoying the new-found freedom of being able to do and say exactly as she pleases. But the return of her eccentric missionary sister, Ruth, together with some disturbing revelations forces Grace to confront the truth of her marriage. Set in a classic English vicarage garden complete with a grass-banked stream and willow, the play is filled with sharp-edged comedy and probing wit.


Arsenic & Old Lace


When Mortimer Brewster visits his sweet spinster aunts to announce his engagement, he makes a shocking discovery about his eccentric family. A gripping and farcical black comedy of kindly aunts and menacing brothers, all with murder in mind, Arsenic and Old Lace is one of the most iconic dramas of the mid-twentieth century.


Next season


We have a great variety of plays for next season......mostly comedies with the exception of Witness for the Prosecution which was about to go on when we were closed down in 2020 because of the pandemic and Sweeney Todd to end the season. Season tickets can be renewed or purchased from May onwards either at the theatre during play week or by calling the box office 07599 890769 and paying by card. Alternatively you can book individual plays by calling the box office number.


Annual General Meeting


Our Annual General Meeting takes place on Wednesday 17th August at 7pm All are welcome to attend but only paid up members can vote.


Season tickets for season 2022-2023


You can renew your season tickets or buy new season tickets for season 2022-2023 from May onwards either at the theatre during the last two plays of this season or by calling the box office on 07599 890769 and paying by card. A season ticket means you get 7 plays for the price of 6 and the same seats are reserved for you for every play. New bookmarks will be available during the next play.


Comfort and Joy


It's Christmas. Relatives you hardly ever see and who are now very different from you arrive at your house for the festivities. No-one receives a present that is at all appropriate. Culinary disasters abound. Long-buried resentments rear their ugly heads as the alcohol flows and tongues are loosened. Comfort and Joy, Mike Harding's comedy, is painfully — but always amusingly — familiar.


The Lady in the Van


The Lady in the Van tells the mostly true story of Alan Bennett's somewhat strained friendship with Miss Mary Shepherd, a crabby, eccentric, homeless woman whom Bennett befriended in the 1970s, before letting her park her Bedford van in the driveway of his Camden home for three months. She ended up residing there for 15 years.