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Controversial, topical, challenging and thought-provoking.

In difficult times for theatre we needed to raise funds to be able to pay actors and creatives properly. Huge thanks go to our generous supporters who made this production possible - Naomi Tsur, Helen McAleer, Alison Oguz, Stuart Stanton, Deborah Edgington, Dorothy Eastop, Kay Adshead, Susan Corby, Holly-Anne White, Morgan Black, MaryAnna Nagorski, Louise Ellman, Catherine Rueben, Alan Silman and Ann Altman.



The Biograph Girl

A joyous musical celebration of Hollywood's glorious era of silent film.

A massive thank you to our sponsors: Tom Eastop, Dorothy Eastop, Warner Brown, Helen McAleer, Gerit Quealy, Alison Oguz, Simon Bolland, Benjamin Garrison, George Ralston, Joy Blakeman and Sam Jenkins-Shaw.

We needed to raise money to do justice to this brilliant piece of theatre, and pay people for their talent and energy. We got an amazing team together and original writer Warner Brown revised the script and score especially for this production. But to make it happen and to reward everyone for their work we needed your help.

Weaving together the heartbreaks and triumphs of the flawed genius director D. W. Griffith and the first movie stars Lilian Gish and Mary Pickford, The Biograph Girl is a love letter to the stardust and scandals of the silent movie era.

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School for Wives

Without the support of all those who contributed to our crowd funding campaign, our production of Moliere�s School for Wives couldn�t have happened. A big thank you to the following people who helped make it possible:

Christopher BellMarco Canadea LopezJames Bell
Sarah O'ReganSandra AdamsonHayley Ashton
Claire BellSarah WoodHelen Tennison
Gloria SandersNicholas and Pauline DavidsonStephanie Winiecki
John EastopHelen RalstonJoy Richardson
Tom RiddingtonTara DowdBeth Eyre
Valentina CattoIan and Shona MuirJames Burgess
Janet Jones  

“The production hits every comic note”
One Stop Arts **** Editor's Choice