Production Archive



Godot
Join us in the dying embers of the day, for an adaptation of Beckett’s seminal ‘Waiting for Godot’ which promises to be an atmospheric and elemental experience. Two drifters wait by a solitary tree, to meet with Godot, who they hope will change their fortunes for the better. Instead, another […]

Waiting for Godot


Prep
It’s quite a lot of work to cater for a wedding. Especially when it’s three friends in a kitchen and they’re eating more of the food than they’re sending out. Mostly kitchen-bound and wound up, Marcie, Eva and Rose chortle their way through a wedding of people who they don’t […]

Prep



Figaro
<< Le Mariage de Figaro >> was performed in 1784 for the first time. The play was censored for many years, and this already hints at its revolutionary and insolent dimension. This sequel of sorts to “The Barber of Sevilla” mainly revolves around this question: will Figaro and Suzanne manage […]

The Marriage of Figaro


Losters
Set on a London estate, The Losters Play deals with the fallout of a group of youth’s being mailed a corpse. What follows involves Polish drug dealers, embalming with anti-freeze and Kesha. Described by Stovepipe playwright Adam Brace as “the best play by a young playwright I’ve read”, The Losters […]

The Losters Play


Gawain
New Year’s Day 2050, Compound Camelot. There’s not much to look forward to in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, so when the Green Knight crashes the party with a game of Russian Roulette, Gawain’s only too eager to go. There’s just one twist – the winner has to take a shot from […]

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight




Mikado Banner
Set in the topsy-turvy Japanese town of Titipu, ‘The Mikado’ combines biting social commentary with dark gallows humour to tell the story of Nanki-Poo, the son of the Mikado who disguises himself as a wandering minstrel in order to escape the romantic attentions of the elderly Katisha. In his travels […]

Cambridge University Gilbert and Sullivan Society: The Mikado