by E. T. A. Hoffmann
directed by Rosemary Bianchi
It’s Christmas Eve and party time! There are presents, a magician and a magnificent tree. One of the gifts is a Nutcracker Doll, but the children soon tire of it and it is thrown out, broken and forgotten.
Outside in the snow, Marie has been watching. She rescues the doll and takes care of it, and, as in all the best fairy tales, on the stroke of midnight he transforms into a brave prince!
Just then the evil Mouse King and his Mousy Minions attack! Exciting adventures, a scrumptious journey to the Land of Sweets and a magical moment in the Magician’s Cave follow our heroes as they try to stop the Mice spoiling Christmas!
With magical characters, exciting action and comic twists this version of the well-loved story brings the spirit of Christmas alive for all the family.
by Tabitha Mortiboy
directed by Vivien Kerr
***SPECIAL OPENING NIGHT OFFER - FREE GLASS OF WINE!***
A magical play set around an ice cream van at the top of Beachy Head. Julie runs the van by day and patrols the cliff by night to prevent future jumpers. She has the company of ex hobo Bernard while young Skye helps out as a distraction from her troubled home life. Julie toys with online dating as Bernard pines for her.
written and directed by Linda Stephenson and Alison Hudson
In Mbongo National Park, it is Rabia, lioness and Queen of the Jungle’s birthday. Her subjects have all assembled to give her presents. No one dares to disobey the Queen. But the party is interrupted by a low flying aircraft and then an air crash.
The animals all rush off to investigate. Two children, Mark and Lucy, survive the crash and, armed with just a map, go in search of help. But the jungle is full of danger, particularly from Rabia and her network of spies. So which animals will help them and, more to the point, which ones won’t.
by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton
Brace yourself as you step in to the year 1558, and watch Lord Blackadder and his half-witted accomplices weave madness and mayhem across Elizabethan England!
Featuring three iconic episodes from the original TV series.
This show will be sure to sell-out, so you'd best book fast!
by W S Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
When a Grand Duke becomes a ghost for a day by playing cards, his replacement has to face four women claiming to be his Grand Duchess. Chaos, sausage rolls and madness prevails!
As featured at London’s Leicester Square Theatre.
Swing-along with songs from Glenn Miller, Sinatra, Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Jazz & Blues.
"Superb - they swing like crazy!” says Sheila Tracy, BBC.
As seen on BBC TV’s "Children in Need", Dame Vera Lynn’s Charity Ball & Blackpool Tower Ballroom.
“Swing and Song of the highest order” – Telegraph.
Featuring Simone from the Ivy Benson Orchestra, and Chris Smith (Jnr) composer and arranger for the BBC Radio Big Band, Herb Miller Big Band (Glenn’s brother), plus Tony Bennett’s trombonist!