Details of previous productions (from December 2016 onwards) can be found below.
Oliver Goldsmith's uproariously funny play, She Stoops to Conquer, was first performed in London in 1773. Wealthy countryman, Mr. Hardcastle plans to marry his lovely daughter, Kate, to Marlow, son of a wealthy Londoner. Marlow, along with his sidekick Hastings, duly makes a visit to view his future bride. Fun loving Tony Lumpkin, Kate's stepbrother, waylays them and sends them on a wild goose chase. They arrive at Hardcastle's place thinking it to be a local inn. Confusion reigns supreme! Enjoy many laughs in this late 18th century comedy of errors.
Hearts racing. Minds reeling. Knees buckling. Connie and Tristan have palpable chemistry—or is it a side effect of a new super-antidepressant? They are volunteers in a clinical trial, but their sudden and illicit romance forces the supervising doctors to face off over the ethical consequences of their work.
It's the not so distant future. A terrible water shortage and 20-year drought has led to a government ban on private toilets and a proliferation of paid public toilets, owned and operated by a single megalomaniac company. If the poor don’t obey the strict laws prohibiting free urination, they’ll be sent to the dreaded and mysterious Urinetown...