A fully staged production. Tense drama! A comedy of menace and truth.
Directed by Sarah Argent
Born Edna May Squires in Pontyberem, she began to perform professionally as a singer at the age of 16. Dorothy did most of her work with the orchestra of Billy Read, who was her partner for many years and wrote songs for her to perform.
Gerri Smith brings us the highs and lows of her life with powerful renderings of Squires’ vocals.
Directed by Ian Michael Thomas.
A Comedy of Terrors! An uncensored play about theatre censorship in the 21st Century.
Directed by Terry Victor.
A much-loved comedy writer, this early Vickery play, whilst full of hilarity,also sensitively examines a marriage forty years on and at its romantic beginning.
Directed by Michael Kelligan
To this day, Mostyn-born Emlyn Williams remains one of Wales’ best known playwrights and actors with many great successes. The Druid’s Rest gave Richard Burton his West End debut. A play of village improbabilities, deceptions and misunderstandings- a skilfully written towering folly of complex in-consequentiality.
Directed by Hugh Thomas
A play from 1970s Chile which focuses on the gulf between ‘los rotos’ (the broken ones) and the affluent middle classes. “exceptionally skilfully constructed”- The Guardian. Tango dancers especially welcome!
Directed by Michael Kelligan.
Inspired by Yasujiro Ozu’s ‘Tokyo Story’, this internationally acclaimed work scrupulously portrays the gradual dissolution of family and human relations in ordinary modern society against the backdrop of war. A unique opportunity to experience one of the most significant plays ever to come out of modern Japan.
Directed by James Tyson.