Upcoming Shows 20/01/2023
Equus by Peter Shaffer
Martin Dysart is a psychiatrist in a psychiatric hospital, who is faced with the most challenging patient of his life: a young Alan Strang, who has blinded six horses. Was this a freak accident, or is there something more to Alan's pathological religious fascination with horses?
Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
Henry Higgins, a phonetician, accepts a bet that simply by changing the speech of a Cockney flower-girl named Eliza Doolittle, he will be able, in six months, to pass her off as a duchess. Eliza undergoes grueling training with Higgins and his companion, Colonel Pickering. Pygmalion is a classic comedy about love and classism.
Hamlet by Shakespeare, adapted and re-written by Amber Taylor
The Prime Minister has passed away, and a distraught Hamlet seeks to find an answer when her father marries her dead mother's sister, Gertrude. Her lover, Ophelia, is disillusioned with politics and looks for an exit. With an election on the horizon, the politics, lives, and friendships of the House of Commons becomes increasingly chaotic and complicated.