This English version of The Servant of Two Masters is set in Brighton in the 1960s and is centred on the bumbling Francis Henshall, a minder to both Roscoe Crabbe - a local gangster - and Stanley Stubbers - an upper-class criminal.
But Roscoe is dead, killed by Stanley Stubbers and being impersonated by his sister Rachel, who is also Stanley's girlfriend, and in Brighton to collect £6,000 from Roscoe's fiancée's dad.
Chaos unfolds as Francis tries to stop the 'guvnors' from meeting and everyone else tries to hide their real identities.
Richard Bean's award winning play is a glorious celebration of British comedy: laugh-out-loud satire, slapstick, and glittering one-liners.
Musical Director, Graham Chambers, has toiled at the coal face to extract the best from his band of merry players.
The film, rated 15, is about the conductor of a colliery brass band who has difficulty maintaining the morale of his musicians when the local coal mine is threatened with closure.
When a former resident, Gloria, returns to assess the mine, she gets involved with her former flame and with the band, joining them in their last hurrah at a national competition.
Tickets for this show are £10 in advance and £12 on the door - so it really pays to book early!
Merry Widow has been holding audiences spellbound since its premiere in 1905.
This is the English version by Christopher Hassall and brings a wealth of romance and comedy easily identifiable to modern performers and audiences alike.
Will Baron Zeta be able to convince the very rich and beautiful Hanna Glawari to marry a Pontevedrian suitor, Danilo, and keep her fortune within the country? Will she be able to convince Danilo, her old flame, that he won't be marrying her fortune as she will lose it when she remarries?
The sumptuous culture at the turn of the century in Europe provides the backdrop to this lavish story of love.
The setting is a Mother and Baby home in 1964 and the lives of 4 young, unmarried, pregnant women are unpicked and viewed both sympathetically and with humour.
Set before the introduction and availability of the contraceptive pill, the Mother and Baby Home was the only other alternative to a shotgun wedding and possibly years of an unhappy marriage.
The play shows how Mary, forced into the home by her mother in order to keep up appearances, faces the shame of her pregnancy and the gradual realisation that she will not be taking the baby home.
Whilst the outcome for all the young women is all too predictable, involving loss and bereavement their acceptance of the situation and their resilience is a recurring theme.
Whether you are old or young, male or female, married or not, you will find the play funny, sad but most of all immensely touching.
Act 1 - Two characters, wait endlessly and in vain for the arrival of Godot. During their wait they converse on everything and nothing. Pozzo and Lucky entertain them. A boy arrives and tells them Godot will not be coming today.
Act 2 - The next day. The same. But different.
This play has variously been described as "A play where nothing happens. Twice." and "The most significant play in the English language."
Becket's text is rich with themes of truth, consciousness, time and religion. A classic not to be missed.
While exploring a dusty old country mansion four children discover that an ancient wardrobe is the gateway to an enchanted world of excitement and adventure.
Talking animals, strange but friendly mythical creatures and a heroic lion add to the magic, but they soon find themselves confronting the evil White Witch in order to save the kingdom of Narnia.
This lively adaptation of the classic tale beloved by adults and children of all ages will take audiences on a magical journey of wonder and delight.
The perfect Christmas show for all the family.
Catherine has spent years caring for her brilliant but unstable father, a famous mathematician.
Now, on the eve of her 25th birthday, she must deal with her own volatile emotions; the arrival of her estranged sister; and the attentions of Hal, a former student of her father's who hopes to find valuable work amongst his notebooks.
Over the long weekend that follows, a burgeoning romance and the discovery of a mysterious notebook draw Catherine into the most difficult problem of all: how much of her father's madness - or genius - will she inherit?