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SUMMER SEASON 2020
Performing six days a week, nowhere else in the UK can you experience a large resident ensemble of actors, drawn from far and wide, performing multiple roles in multiple shows – musicals, comedies and dramas.
These are the world class productions for the main season in 2020
This gloriously entertaining musical fable is based loosely on the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee. First seen on Broadway in 1959, Gypsy is one of the greatest American musicals – a hit-filled, good time, summer showbiz extravaganza, not to be missed!
PRIVATE LIVES by Noël Coward
Quintessentially stylish divorcées, Elyot and Amanda are honeymooning with their new and much younger spouses. When they find themselves inexplicably on adjacent Hotel balconies, they quickly realise the awful, yet beautiful, truth. They both still love each other. Fast-paced, witty, and passionate, Noël Coward’s comedy is a delightful, romantic comedy of manners.
KISS ME QUICKSTEP by Amanda Whittington
Heart-warming, funny, dramatic and packed with wonderful American and Latin dancing, Kiss Me Quickstep is a must for audiences who want to explore the world of dancing to win and of course, fans of Strictly Come Dancing.
CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF by Tennessee Williams
On a cotton plantation, a Southern family gathers to celebrate Big Daddy’s birthday. In the steamy, oppressive heat, lies and deceits dance between Maggie and her has-been hero husband Brick.
ADVENTURES WITH THE PAINTED PEOPLE by David Greig
A Pict and a Roman. Set in the vicinity of Pitlochry in the year 85 AD. Lucius is captured by the Picts. Eithne, an extraordinary Pictish woman, risks her life to save him, however she needs something in return…
SENSE AND SENSIBILITY by Jane Austen, adapted by Frances Poet
Thrust into poverty by their brother’s scheming and manipulative wife, three sisters are reduced to living with their mother in a tiny Devonshire cottage. With their prospects for marriage nearly ruined, the sisters are nevertheless courted by three, dynamic men.
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