Category Archives: Theatre

An Audience with John Sergeant 

By Richard |

Many people will remember John Sergeant as one of Britain’s most popular and respected broadcasters and authors. The former Chief Political Correspondent for the BBC and ITN Political Editor, his award-winning career as a political journalist, both for the BBC and ITN, has been as lengthy as it has been successful and seen him interview […]

What Ho Wodehouse

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Award-winning actor and writer Jonathan Goodwin performs in a brand new comedy, adapted from some of the early writings of P.G. Wodehouse. This is a light-hearted romp guaranteed to lift the spirits and make one forget about one’s cares and worries. Join affable  raconteur Everard “Stinky” Crumpleton-Psmith  as he regales you with tales of fellow […]


By Richard |

“Dominic Kelly conjures an entire world single-handed from an almost empty stage” Lancaster Guardian on MARA, September 2023 1868, northern Sweden: discharged from the army with malaria, Morten scrapes a living on the edge of the vast forest. Suddenly he begins to suffer nightmares and mysterious visits as he sleeps. A friend tells him he’s plagued […]

A Christmas Carol

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Being a Ghost Story of Christmas The award-winning Dyad Productions, (A Room of One’s Own, I, Elizabeth, Austen’s Women, Female Gothic) who have toured their sell-out festive show Christmas Gothic since 2015, now bring their magic to Dickens’ classic and perennially relevant ghost story. It’s Christmas Eve, and the miserly misanthrope, Ebeneezer Scrooge, is about […]

Oh, Whistle

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Two ghost stories by M R James  Performed by R M Lloyd Parry M R James is acknowledged as the master of the English Ghost Story. He first performed his supernatural tales to friends at Christmas in King’s College, Cambridge. Now Nunkie Theatre Company have brought two of these unforgettable spinechillers back to life. Oh, […]

Pumpkins & Performance

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Book launch and Spoken WordThe Hull to Scarborough Line and friends entertain with an evening of poetry and prose.This is a fund-raising event for the PSPA.

England and Son – work in progress

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A play written by Ed Edwards and directed by Cressida Brown and presented by Tin Cat Entertainment“A nation that devours another will one day devour itself” Set when The Great Devouring comes home, England and Son is a one-man play written specifically for the award winning political comedian Mark Thomas by award winning playwright Ed […]

Gertrude Lawrence: A lovely Way to Spend an Evening

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Gertrude Lawrence: A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening is the latest collaboration between “Superbly gifted” actor and singer, Lucy Stevens & pianist Elizabeth Marcus, following their previous acclaimed plays with music. Gertrude Lawrence was one of Britain’s brightest theatrical stars during the first half of the 20th century. A charismatic stage presence who excelled […]

Bond: An Unauthorised Parody

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From the team that brought you THE GHOST OF A SMILE, DONE TO DEATH BY JOVE!, MATA HARI-FEMALE SPY and SPITFIRE SOLO Bond is back – unfit, older but still wisecracking… and someone’s out to get him! Following tours in the UK, USA, Russia and Australia, producer/performer Gavin Robertson focuses his attention on the Bond […]

Old Herbaceous

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Described as “Downton Abbey with gardening tips”, Old Herbaceous is the humorous love story of a single-minded yet gentle man with a passion for plants and is a charming one-man play which has entranced sell-out audiences all around the country over the last five years. An acute and sometimes hilarious observation of relationships between the classes […]

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