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SAVE THE DATE! – Thur 21st and 28th January 7.30pm

Fleabag by Phoebe Waller-Bridge

We had a wonderful year of play readings in 2020, initially at members’ homes, and from April, on Zoom. We have all surpassed ourselves at negotiating and mastering new technical skills, and realised that we can all do it! Zoom has been a super platform to share scripts and socialise as we investigate great plays and try them on for size… from Stags and Hens, to The Elephant Man, Blithe Spirit to Cinderella, there has been something for everyone and opportunities to play characters we might not necessarily be cast for.  The programme for 2021 has now been confirmed – see below for the details.

A lively script, shocking and intimate that became a stage hit and even bigger TV hit running to 2 series.

“Clever and viciously funny, Fleabag is a touching, wildly inventive comedy about a complicated young woman navigating the aftermath of trauma.” (Rotten Tomatoes)

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Production News – April 14

Watch this space for news of auditions for our interactive online murder mystery!

Please stay in touch via our Facebook page or email and let us know of any bright ideas for home-based get togethers!  There are lots of free, theatre-related resources currently available which we’ve posted on Facebook, for example improving your acting skills with the Royal Court’s Bitesize tutorials made for the BBC.



Do get in touch if you need help, advice or simply a chat. Look after yourselves and each other and hopefully we can resume activities in the near future. 


Date Play Author
Thursday 21 & 28 January Fleabag Phoebe Waller-Bridge
Monday 15 & 22 February Noughts & Crosses Malorie Blackman
Tuesday 16 & 23 March Pitmen Painters Lee Hall
Wednesday 14 April Performance: Murder Mystery  
Thursday 13 & 20 May The Nether Jennifer Haley
Monday 7 & 14 June The Lie Florian Zeller
Tuesday 13 & 20 July The Ferryman Jez Butterworth