Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey – Adapted for the stage by Tim Luscombe. Catherine Morland likes to read. She likes to read Gothic fantasy in the form of Mrs Radcliffe’s book … Continue reading
An evening of songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s; sketches; sing-a-longs and a super supper in the company of these talented performers: Jill Cocovini, Lorna Matthews-Keel, Victoria Pomeroy, Sophie … Continue reading
A FLOCK OF TIGERS BY JOHN FINNEMORE…. … is Studio’s entry to the one-act play festivals taking place this March at the Woolstore Theatre in Codford and at Hanger Farm … Continue reading
The Fine Times Recorder wrote that It’s quite a challenge, playing to an audience who know your character – and even your words – as well as you do. But the … Continue reading
GP-W in Fine Times Recorder says that: ROBERT Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island is one of the earliest, and still greatest, of the pirate adventures, a genre that is now big … Continue reading
Charley’s Aunt by Brandon Thomas. 28 September – 6 October, 2018. Season’s Greetings by Alan Ayckbourn. 3 – 8 December, 2018. Treasure Island adapted by Ken Ludwig. 21 – 26 … Continue reading
GP-W in the Fine Times Recorder wrote that: The fun is fast moving and hilarious, and only gets more so when the REAL Donna Lucia arrives, with another heiress in … Continue reading
Belinda and Neville Bunker host the traditional family Christmas gathering festivities. Directed by Anthony von Roretz, assisted by Jill Redston.
God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza. Performance dates 9 – 14 July, 2018. Directed by Ann Acton and Jackie Pilkington. By the playwright who wrote Art– a comedy of manners … Continue reading
The Fine Times Recorder says that This version requires acting that captures not only the story of the characters but their motivation. It is an intensely physical depiction which, in … Continue reading
The Salisbury Journal wrote that: HERE Come The Girls was a fitting tribute to mark the centenary of women getting the right to vote. The production was made up of … Continue reading
Our fund-raising gala night before the Friday sold-out performance of Les Miserables by the youth theatre was attended by Salisbury’s MP. John Glen; our President Rosemary Squires; one of our … Continue reading
We are a victim of our own success and now need more space in our award-winning theatre. To our cramped backstage area, we need to add another dressing room which … Continue reading
Work has begun on our new extension – more photos to follow as the building work progresses.
Photos by the Totton Festival 2018. At the Dorset Drama League’s festival at Shaftesbury Arts Centre at the beginning of March,2016, the extract from Top Girls by Caryl Churchill and … Continue reading