Previous Plays

Autumn 2019 Phil Porter’s Vice Versa, 14th to 16th November 2019

Spring 2019 Graham Linehan’s The Ladykillers, 15th to 18th May 2019

Autumn 2018 Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn’s Yes, Prime Minister, 14th to 17th November 2018

Spring 2018 Alan Ayckbourn’s Absent Friends, 17th to 19th May 2018

Autumn 2017 Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer’s The Vicar Of Dibley, 15th to 18th November 2017

Autumn 2016 Marc Camoletti’s Don’t Dress for Dinner, adapted by Robin Hawdon, 17th to 19th November 2016

Autumn 2015 Ray Cooney’s Run for your Wife, 5th to 7th November 2015

Autumn 2014 Jimmy Perry and David Croft’s Dad’s Army, 13th to 15th November 2014

Spring 2014 Alan Ayckbourn’s How the Other Half Loves, 15th to 17th May 2014

Autumn 2013 Steve Thompson’s Whipping It Up, 21st-23rd November 2013

Autumn 2012 Tim Firth’s Calendar Girls, 22nd-24th November 2012

Spring 2012 Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, 17th-19th May 2012

Winter 2011-12 The Pantomime Puss in Boots, 23rd-24th February 2012

Autumn 2011 ’Allo ’Allo, 23rd-26th November 2011

Spring 2011 Tom Stoppard’s The Real Inspector Hound, 19th-21st May 2011

Winter 2010-11 The Pantomime Sinbad the Sailor and Mystery Island, 11th-12th February 2011

Autumn 2010 P G Wodehouse’s The Play’s the Thing, 25th-27th November 2010

Spring 2010 Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, 29th April to 1st May 2010

Winter 2009-10 The Pantomime Peter Pan, 12th-13th February 2010

Autumn 2009 David Tristram’s A Bolt from the Blue, 12th-14th November 2009

Spring 2009 Noël Coward’s Blithe Spirit, 11th-13th June 2009

Winter 2008-9 The Pantomime Babes in the Wood, 6th-7th February 2009

Autumn 2008 David Tristram’s The Opposite Sex, 9th-11th October 2008

Winter 2007-8 Steve Shaw’s Pantomime Aladdin, 8th-9th February 2008

Autumn 2007 Derek Benfield’s Fish out of Water, 8th-10th November 2007

Spring 2007 Joe Orton’s Loot, 26th-28th April 2007

Winter 2006-7 The pantomime Treasure Island, 2nd-3rd February 2007

Autumn 2006 Michael Parker’s The Amorous Ambassador, 9th-11th November 2006

Spring 2006 Peter Shaffer’s Black Comedy, 4th-6th May 2006

Autumn 2005 Alan Ayckbourn’s Confusions, 10th-12th November 2005

Spring 2005 Michael Palin’s The Weekend, 14th-16th April

Autumn 2004 Marc Camoletti’s Boeing! Boeing!, 11th-13th November

Spring 2004 David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Junior’s Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s produciton of Macbeth, 22nd-24th April


Autumn 2003 (no production)

Spring 2003 Jack Sharkey’s The Murder Room, 8th-10th May

Autumn 2002 Michael Frayn’s Noises Off, 14th-16th November


Spring 2002 Victorian Music Hall, 10th May

Autumn 2001 Richard Harris and Leslie Darbon’s Who Goes Bare?, 22nd-24th November

Spring 2001 Alan Ayckbourn’s Bedroom Farce, 22nd-24th March

Summer 2000 Eric Chappel’s Theft, 8th-10th June

Autumn 1999 Mary Chase’s Harvey, 25th-27th November

Spring 1999 Alan Ayckbourn’s Mr A's Amazing Maze Play (junior production), 9th-10th July

Autumn 1998 Constance Cox’s Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime, 5th-7th November


Spring 1998 Joseph Kesselring’s Arsenic and Old Lace, 16th-18th April


Autumn 1997 Noël Coward’s Hay Fever, 6th-8th November


Spring 1997 (no production)


Autumn 1996 (no production)

Spring 1996 J M Barrie’s The Admirable Crichton, 29th February - 2nd March


Autumn 1995 (no production)


Spring 1995 Philip King’s I’ll Get My Man


Autumn 1994 (no production)


Spring 1994 Alan Ayckbourn’s Hence Forward, 19th-21st May


Autumn 1993 Frederick Knott’s Wait until Dark, 18th-20th November

Spring 1993 Richard Harris’ Outside Edge, 13th-15th May

Summer 1992 Arnold Helsby’s The Camel’s Back, 12th-14th November

Autumn 1991 Alan Ayckbourn’s Season’s Greetings, 21st-23rd November

Spring 1991 Frank Vickery’s Family Planning, 18th-20th April


Autumn 1990 3 One-Act Plays

Spring 1990 P G Wodehouse’s Come On, Jeeves, 3rd-5th May

Autumn 1989 Noël Coward’s Blithe Spirit, 22nd-25th November


Spring 1989 3 One-Act Plays

Autumn 1988 Robin Hawden’s The Mating Game, 24th-26th November

Spring 1988 Kenneth Horne’s A Lady Mislaid, 12th-14th May

Autumn 1987 Rick Abbot’s Play On, 26th-28th November

Spring 1987 Philip King and Falkland L. Cary’s Big Bad Mouse, 2nd-4th April


Autumn 1986 (no production)


Spring 1986 (no production)

Autumn 1985 John Chapman’s Dry Rot, 28th-30th November


Spring 1985 Alan Ayckbourn’s Ernie’s Incredible Illucinations


Autumn 1984 Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall’s Children’s Day

Spring 1984 Peter Yeldham and Donald Churchill’s Fringe Benefits, 3rd-5th May


Autumn 1983 Greenwood and Robert King’s Murder by the Book

Spring 1983 Richard Harris and Leslie Darbon’s Two and Two Make Sex, 12th-14th May

Autumn 1982 Duncan Greenwood and Robert King’s No Time for Fig Leaves, 25th-27th November


Spring 1982 (no production)


Autumn 1981 J. M. Barrie’s Dear Brutus


Spring 1981 Ray Cooney’s There Goes the Bride


Autumn 1980 Francis Durbridge’s Suddenly at Home


Spring 1980 3 One-Act Plays – In Triplicate


Autumn 1979 Ray Cooney and John Chapman’s Move Over Mrs Markham


Spring 1979 John Branston’s End of the Honeymoon


Autumn 1978 Ray Cooney and John Chapman’s Not Now Darling


Spring 1978 Felon Foiled


Autumn 1977 3 One-Act Plays


Spring 1977 Jean McConnell’s Haul for the Shore


Autumn 1976 Arnold Ridley’s The Ghost Train


Spring 1976 Pantomime


Autumn 1975 3 One-Act Plays


Spring 1975 Philip King and Falkland L. Cary’s Rock-a-Bye Sailor


Autumn 1974 Patricia Gordon’s Three’s Company


Spring 1974 John van Druten’s London Wall


Autumn 1973 L. Do Garde Peach and Ian Hay’s White Sheep of the Family


Spring 1973 Dick Whittington


Autumn 1972 Pantomime


Spring 1972 George Batson’s Two Faces of Murder


Autumn 1971 Ronald Miller’s The Bride and the Batchelor


Spring 1971 Edward Percy and Reginald Denham’s Ladies in Retirement


Autumn 1970 F.A. Robinson’s You too can have a Body


Spring 1970 John Peterson’s One of the Family


Autumn 1969 John Dole’s Lucky for Some

Spring 1969 Charles Dyer’s Wanted One Body


Autumn 1968 (no production)


Spring 1968 James Pattinson’s Mind your own Business


Autumn 1967 Jack Popplewell’s Busybody


Spring 1967 Peter Coke’s Breath of Spring

Autumn 1966 Phillip King’s See How They Run, 1st-3rd December


Spring 1966 (no production)

Autumn 1965 J. B. Priestley’s An Inspector Calls , November

Spring 1965 Agatha Christie’s Ten Little Niggers, 7th-10th April

Autumn 1964 John Chapman’s Dry Rot, 29th-31st October

Spring 1964 Maurice McLoughlin’s A Letter from the General, 1st-4th April


Autumn 1963 Rian James’ Such Things Happen, 28th-30th November

Spring 1963 John Chapman’s The Brides of March, 28th-30th March

Autumn 1962 Michael Gilbert’s A Clean Kill, 28th November - 1st December

Spring 1962 Jean McConnell’s Look Out for the Catch, 25th-28th April

Winter 1962 A Greenroom Evening, 20th January

Autumn 1961 J. B. Priestley’s Laburnum Grove

Spring 1961 Vernon Sylvaine’s One Wild Oat!, 5th-8th April


Autumn 1960 Leslie Sands’ Something to Hide, 9th-12th November

Autumn 1960 A Greenroom Evening, 31st October

Spring 1960 Philip King and Falkland Cary’s Sailor Beware!, 9th-1th April

Autumn 1959 Hugh Mills’ The House by the Lake, 26th-28th November

Spring 1959 Gertrude Jennings’ Five Birds in a Cage, 11th April

Spring 1959 Vernon Sylvaine’s Will Any Gentleman?, 2nd-4th April

Autumn 1958 Philip Johnson’s Who Lies There?

Spring 1958 Noël Coward’s Blithe Spirit, 10th-12th April

Autumn 1957 Arnold Ridley’s Tabitha, 28th-30th November

Spring 1957 Felicity Douglas’s It’s Never Too Late 14th-16th March

Autumn 1956 Basil Thomas’ Book of the Month 11th-13th October

Spring 1956 Wynyard Browne’s A Question of Fact 15th-17th March

Autumn 1955 Alec Coppel’s I Killed the Count, 24th and 26th November

Spring 1955 Terence Rattigan’s Who is Sylvia?, 12th and 14th March

Autumn 1954 Arnold Helsby’s The Camel’s Back, 15th-16th October

Spring 1954 J. B. Priestley’s Dangerous Corner, 2nd-3rd April

Autumn 1953 Ireland Wood’s Charity Begins, 30th-31st October

Spring 1953 Lesley Storm’s Great Day, 24th-25th April