Past Productions


The Vicar, by George Melly, (Mixed Doubles), Spring & Autumn 1981
A Man’s Best Friend, by James Saunders, (Mixed Doubles), Spring & Autumn 1981
The Bank Manager, by George Melly, score by Lyndon Brook, (Mixed Doubles), Spring & Autumn 1981
The Doctor, by George Melly, (Mixed Doubles), Spring & Autumn 1981
Countdown, by Alan Ayckbourn, (Mixed Doubles), Spring & Autumn 1981

Dear Charles (now named Full Circle), by Alan Melville, Autumn 1982
Confusions, by Alan Ayckbourn, Spring 1983
Habeas Corpus, by Alan Bennett, October 1983
The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, March 1984

If You’re Glad, I’ll be Frank, by Tom Stoppard, (Plays of the 60s), November 1984
Dumb Waiter, by Harold Pinter, (Plays of the 60s), November 1984
Black Comedy, by Peter Shaffer, (Plays of the 60s), November 1984

Oh What a Lovely War, by Joan Littlewood, Spring 1985
Whose Life is it Anyway?, by Brian Clark, Autumn 1985
Dick Whittington, A Pantomime, Winter 1985
Escape, by John Galsworthy, Spring 1986
Pygmalion, by George Bernard Shaw, Autumn 1986
The Wedding Feast, by Arnold Wesker, Spring, 1987
Mr Boo, by Hannu Mäkelä, Autumn 1987
Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, Autumn 1988
Cloud Nine, by Caryl Churchill, Spring 1989
The Private Ear/The Public Eye, by Peter Shaffer, November/December 1989


Murder in Mind, by Terence Feely, April 1990
The Lighter Side of Chekhov, by Neil Simon, December 1990
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, by Tim Kelly, April 1991
Absurd Person Singular, by Alan Ayckbourn, December 1991 (10th anniversary production)
A Victorian Evening, arranged by The Finn-Brit Players, 7th March 1992
Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare, Autumn 1992
Toad of Toad Hall, by A.A. Milne, January 1993
The Real Inspector Hound/After Magritte, by Tom Stoppard, Spring 1994
The Importance of Being Ernest, by Oscar Wilde, April 1995
Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, Spring 1996
Cinderella, A Pantomime, Spring 1997
The Robin Rockies, Cheap, Cheap, by Leslie Hyde & Jan Stenfors, Autumn 1997
Five Plays in Search of an Audience, Spring 1998
The Sea, by Edward Bond, Spring 1999
Letters Home, by Rose Leiman Goldemberg, Summer 1999


Letters Home, by Rose Leiman Goldemberg, (second run), Spring 2000
Mr and Mrs Blake, by Joe White, May 2000
No Pasaran, by M6 Theatre Company, September/October 2000
Mr and Mrs Blake, by Joe White, (second run), May 2001
Pricks, by Valur Gunnarsson, 2nd November 2001
Accidental Death of an Anarchist, by Dario Fo, February 2002
Absent Friends, by Alan Ayckbourn, October 2002
Do I Hear a Waltz?, by Richard Rodgers & Stephen Sondheim, March 2003

The Saleswoman, a dialogue for one voice, by Colette, (FELT IF 2003), October 2003
War Memorial, by Joe White, (FELT IF 2003), October 2003
At the Mad Otter, by Batholomew John, (FELT IF 2003), October 2003

Beautiful Bodies, by Laura Shaine Cunningham, November 2003
An Inspector Calls, by J.B. Priestley, May 2004

I Need a Sister, by Sirpa Pääkkönen, (FELT IF 2004), October 2004
The Lover, by Harold Pinter, (FELT IF 2004, 3 for All), October 2004
Daylight Saving Time, by Batholomew John, (FELT IF 2004), October 2004
The Actor’s Nightmare, by Christopher Durang, (FELT IF 2004, 3 for All), October 2004
Antigone, adapted by Johanna MacDonald, (FELT IF 2004, 3 for All), October 2004

Six Characters in Search of an Author, by Luigi Pirandello, May 2005
Wyrd Sisters, by Terry Pratchett (adapted by Stephen Briggs), November-December 2005
Romanoff and Juliet, by Peter Ustinoff, May 2006

Closet Space, by Zoë Chandler, (Tales From the Attic), June 2006
The Space Shop, by Lari Noresvuo, (Tales From the Attic), June 2006
Stuck, by Nigel Quinlen, (Tales From the Attic), June 2006
T, by Rebecca Clamp, (Tales From the Attic), June 2006
Miller Punch, by Vello Ruus, (Tales From the Attic), June 2006
Duck and Cover, by Joe L. Murr, (Tales From the Attic), June 2006
Successful Living, by Johanna MacDonald, (Tales From the Attic), June 2006
Instructions Manual, by Oana Velcu, (Tales From the Attic), June 2006

The Winter’s Tale, by William Shakespeare, November 2006

Miss Julie, by August Strindberg, (Strindberg, Genet, Ionesco), May 2007
The Maids, by Jean Genet, (Strindberg, Genet, Ionesco), May 2007
The Bald Prima Donna, by Eugéne Ionesco, (Strindberg, Genet, Ionesco), May 2007

The Mourning Primrose, by Zoë Chandler, November 2007
Mr & Mrs Blake, by Joe White, November-December 2007 and March 2008
After Dinner, by Andrew Bovell, March & April 2008

Guardian Demon, by Zoë Chandler (Murder, Mania, Misogyny), May 2008
Men Defenders!, by Oana Velcu, (Murder, Mania, Misogyny), May 2008
Dirty Work at the Crossroads, by Bill Johnson (Murder, Mania, Misogyny), May 2008

Plastic Soup, by Zoë Chandler (FELT IF 2008), November 2008
Finders Keepers, by Oana Vencu, (FELT IF 2008), November 2008
The Bear, by Anton Chekhov, (FELT IF 2008), November 2008
An Apology for the Course and Outcome of Certain Events Delivered by Doctor John  Faustus on this His Final Evening, by Mickle Maher, (FELT IF 2008), November 2008

Moonlight & A Slight Ache, by Harold Pinter, June 2009
Betrayal & Sketches, by Harold Pinter, (A Harold Pinter Revue), November/December 2009

2010 onwards

Les Liaisons Dangereuses, by Christopher Hampton, June 2010
Darwin in Malibu, by Crispin Whittel, October 2010
Open Circuit, by Jakob Holder (staged reading), 29th January 2011
Old Times, by Harold Pinter (staged reading), 18th February 2011
The Birthday Party, by Harold Pinter (staged reading), 25th March 2011
Waiting For Godot, by Samuel Beckett, April 2011
Pinteresque, by Harold Pinter, May 2011
Bouncers & Shakers, by John Gobder & Jane Thornton, November 2011
Single Bride, by Zoë Chandler, April 2012

The Bench, by Beth Morton, (FELT IF 2012), November 2012
NOT the Vagina Monologues, by Zoë Chandler, (FELT IF 2012), November 2012

Popcorn, by Ben Elton (staged reading), January 2013
Nelson Remembered, by George Fleming, February 2013
The Woman in Black, by Susan Hill (adapted by Stephen Mallatratt), April 2013
I Hate Hamlet, by Paul Rudnick, November 2013


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