Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be an actor, or what it takes to put on a play? Then let How To Ruin A Great play! show you!
Acclaimed theatre director James Jarvis is in town to put on his masterpiece play! Unfortunately, things get off to a disastrous start when he’s told he will be working with his worst nightmare – amateur actors! And it doesn’t get any better – because his partner is an awful (awful!) actress, and she’ll be playing the lead character.
This is a traditional British comedy that guarantees laughter!
Comedy | Running time: 1hr 20min
*Thursday 17 October*
Romeo & Juliet
Romeo and Juliet is William Shakespeare’s tragic love-story about two star-crossed lovers and their feuding families.
Our production of this popular play is told in modern-day English and accessible to those new to Shakespeare – it will also appeal to those who love the bard!
And, as you would expect, our play is a passionate and high-octane performance delivered with energy and real emotion!
Premiere Saturday 26 October (limited tickets)
Running time: 1hr 30mins. /|\ Suitable: 13+
Only in Poland, baby!
A comedy sketch show shining a light on everyday life in Poland.
Do you always have the correct change? Have you tried dating? And have you met a ticket inspector on a tram? You’ll see all this (and much more!) in Only in Poland, baby!
A Christmas Carol
We created a modern day version of Charles Dickens’ well-known and beloved story, ”A Christmas Carol’’. This modern day adaptation is a beautiful and charming story suitable for young and old.
School bookings available.
It's Only a Bed!
Kraków – the new city of romance!
But not for recently rejected Gwen and her lioness-aunt Stephanie.
Six strangers die. At the same time. And they’re heading to their final destination. On a tram.
The Dinner Party Twist!
Mr and Mrs Forsyth-Jones are hosting an important dinner party! There is confusion, an important football match, guilty secrets and shocking revelations in this very traditional English farce!
Closer is an award winning play by Patrick Marber – it’s a witty, romantic, and very dangerous love story about chance meetings, instant attractions, and casual betrayals.
Much Ado About Nothing
William Shakespeare’s funny and beautiful romcom has been adapted into modern day English for everyone to enjoy!