21 February – 3 March 2017
By Bernard Slade, Produced by Heather Osborne
Actress Blair Griffin is on
the cusp of divorce with her soon to be ex Morgan Richards. However, Blair has
more plans in store than just dividing their possessions. What she didn’t count
on was Lieutenant Gus Braden landing the case. Will he be able to untangle her
web of deceit?
18 – 28 April 2017
By Robert Harling, Produced by Brenda Reid
Set in Louisiana, Steel
Magnolias follow the lives of six women, through some of the challenges they
face, with determination, bravery and humour.
25 – 27 May 2017
A Carol for Tiny Tim
By John R Carroll, Produced by Carol Bruce and Alan
Fifteen years after Scrooge's
dramatic transformation, Jacob Marley once again calls forth the three spirits
of Christmas. This time however it is for (the no longer tiny) Tim, who is in
desperate need of their wisdom.
11 – 21 July 2017
By Michael Frayn, Produced by Carol Bruce
A hilarious romp in a country
house with doors, phones, sardines, bags and boxes. Confused? You will be!
5 – 15 September 2017
Private Fears in Public Places
By Alan Ayckbourn, Produced by Anne Smith
Six city folk leading lives
of quiet desperation touch the lives of others. This play is rueful, funny,
touching and altogether wonderful.
24 October – 3 November 2017
Wife After Death
By Eric Chappell, Produced by Laura Adam
Comedian and national
treasure Dave Thursby has died. As friends and family gather to scatter Dave's
ashes, even from beyond the crematorium Dave seems to be having the last laugh.
10 – 16 December 2017
The Good, The Bad and the Panto
By Paul Barron, Produced by Alan Johnston
The old wild west town of
Gravel is in deep trouble, there's a horrible Mexican outlaw terrorising the
town. Can Sheriff Trott keep the peace and arrest the baddie with the help of
his deputies Jim Beam and Jack Daniels or will El Loco win the day against all