Big on laughs, but true to form, this traditional pantomime warms your hearts with a delightful Cinderella, a particularly endearing Buttons and outrageously funny Ugly Sisters! Yet more chaos and laughter ensues when two comic builders, Bodget and Leggett arrive to re-develop Hardship Hall, whilst Hagan the pantomime horse provides a novel twist. With loads of originality, audience participation, slapstick routines and traditional business, this performance is not to be missed.30th Nov, 1st–4th DecIn Rehearsal
An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet café. A stranger at the next table who has had enough of it. And a dead man-with a lot of loose ends. So begins Dead Man’s Cell Phone. Dead Man’s Cellphone is a work about how we remember the dead – and how that memorialization changes us. It is the journey of a woman forced to confront her presumptions about morality, redemption, and isolation in a technologically obsessed society.12th–15th OctShow Ended
In nineteen eighty five, Phil and Louise were young, in love and on the brink of a lifetime together. One summer's day he proposed to her, only to dump her suddenly and inexplicably a few days later.
Unbeknownst to Phil, Louise was pregnant.
Now, over thirty five years later, they're unexpectedly reunited6th–9th JulShow Ended
In place of our usual monthly social, Network is holding a karaoke fundraiser on Thursday 10th March! Only this is forfeit karaoke, an opportunity to force the mic upon your friends and fellow Network members. Donate to nominate someone to sing, to end someone’s song early, or to keep them singing! The amount you choose to donate per nomination is up to you, however we would suggest a starting price of £2. Just remember, it’s a fundraiser event, not a talent contest. Paying someone off stage is not disrespectful, it’s all part of the fun! Be as creative, silly, ambitious [...]10th MarShow Ended
The Seagull is generally considered to be the first of Chekhov’s four major plays. It dramatises the romantic and artistic conflicts between four characters: the famous middlebrow story writer Boris Trigorin, the ingenue Nina, the fading actress Irina Arkadina, and her son the symbolist playwright Konstantin Treplev. Photograph by Jack Moreh2nd–5th MarShow Ended