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Production History

  • Jan 2018 The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard plus the group’s stage adaptation of the TV comedy Murder at Moorstones Manor by Michael Palin and Terry Jones
  • July 2017 A Midsummer Night’s Dream (William Shakespeare)
  • Feb. 2017 The Rivals (R.B. Sheridan)
  • July 2016 Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare)
  • Jan. 2016 Arcadia (Tom Stoppard)
  • July 2015 The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare)
  • Feb. 2015 Orestes und Helen (Euripides)
  • July 2014 The Beggar's Opera (John Gay)
  • Jan. 2014 Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare)
  • July 2013 Murder in the Cathedral (T.S. Eliot)
  • Feb. 2013 Our Country's Good (Timberlake Wertenbaker)
  • July 2012 Salomé (Oscar Wilde) plus the group's own dramatization of Wilde’s fairy tale, The Fisherman and his Soul
  • Jan. 2012 As You Like It (William Shakespeare)
  • July 2011 Under Milk Wood (Thomas)
  • Feb. 2011 The Royal Hunt of the Sun (Shaffer)
  • July 2010 Alice  (Carrol)
  • Feb. 2010 Dogg´s Hamlet, Cahoots Macbeth (Stoppard)
  • July 2009 Lysistrata (Aristophanes)
  • Feb. 2009 The Canterbury Tales (Chaucer)
  • July 2008 Romanoff and Juliet (Ustinov)
  • Feb. 2008 Hecuba and Helen (Euripides)
  • July 2007 She Stoops to Conquer (Oliver Goldsmith)
  • Feb. 2007 King Lear (William Shakespeare)
  • July 2006 The Dog beneath the Skin (Isherwood & Auden)
  • Feb. 2006 The Winter's Tale (William Shakespeare)
  • July 2005 Beauty and the Beast (by Laurence Boswell)
  • Feb. 2005  Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Tom Stoppard)
  • July 2004 A Midsummer Night’s Dream (William Shakespeare)
  • Feb. 2004 Antigone and Medea (Liz Lochhead)
  • July 2003 A Mad World, My Masters (Thomas Middleton)
  • Feb. 2003 The School for Scandal (R.B. Sheridan)
  • July 2002 Our Country's Good (Timberlake Wertenbaker)
  • Feb. 2002 Much Ado About Nothing (W. Shakespeare)
  • July 2001 The Playboy of the Western World by J.M. Synge
  • Feb. 2001 Play, Come and Go, Footfalls, Rockaby, Ohio Impromptu, Catastrophe, What Where (dramaticules by Samuel Beckett)
  • June 2000 The Love of the Nightingale (Timberlake Wertenbaker)
  • Feb. 2000 Mr A's Amazing Maze Plays (Alan Ayckbourn)

Until 2000

Dogg´s Hamlet
The Dog Beneath the Skin
Dogg´s Hamlet
The Dog Beneath the Skin
Canterbury Tales
The Dog Beneath the Skin
  • April 1999 Macbeth (W. Shakespeare)
  • July 1998 The Two Gentlemen of Verona (W. Shakespeare)
  • Feb. 1998 Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth (Tom Stoppard)
  • July 1997 Salomé (Oscar Wilde) in a double bill with the group's own dramatisation of Wilde’s fairy story, The Fisherman and his Soul
  • Feb. 1997 Love's Labour's Lost (W. Shakespeare)
  • July 1996 Under Milk Wood (Dylan Thomas), adapted from the radio play.
  • Feb. 1996 Pericles (W. Shakespeare)
  • July 1995 Alice - the group's own dramatisation of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass
  • Feb. 1995 On the Frontier (Auden and Isherwood)
  • July 1994 The Canterbury Tales (Chaucer) - the group's own dramatisation.
  • Feb. 1994 As You Like It (W. Shakespeare)
  • July 1993 The Rover (Aphra Behn)
  • Feb. 1993 The Dog Beneath the Skin (Auden and Isherwood)
  • July 1992 The Birthday Party (Harold Pinter)
  • Feb. 1992 The Beggar's Opera (John Gay)
  • July 1991 What the Butler Saw (Joe Orton)
  • Feb. 1991 Twelfth Night (W. Shakespeare)
  • July 1990 The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - an adaptation by M. Vieregge and M. Kaiser based on the Douglas Adams novels
  • Feb.1990 A Midsummer Night's Dream (W. Shakespeare)
  • July 1989 The Dumb Waiter (Harold Pinter)
  • Feb. 1989 A Chaste Maid in Cheapside (Thomas Middleton)
  • May 1988 The Real Inspector Hound (Tom Stoppard)

She stoops to conquer

She stoops to conquer
She stoops to conquer