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June 4th from 10:00 to 12:00
In the Bar
June 12th from 14:00 to 17:00
In the Bar
June 15th from 20:00 to 21:00
In the Bar
June 26th from 14:00 to 17:00
In the Bar
July 2nd from 10:00 to 12:00
In the Auditorium
July 16th from 19:00 to 23:00

  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Cathryn Bowler as Bette Davies
    Cathryn Bowler as Bette Davies
  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Photographs by Richard Johnson
  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Anne-marie Greene as Joan Crawford
    Anne-marie Greene as Joan Crawford
  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Photographs by Richard Johnson
  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Cathryn Bowler as Bette Davies
    Cathryn Bowler as Bette Davies
  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Photographs by Richard Johnson
  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Cathryn Bowler as Bette Davies
    Cathryn Bowler as Bette Davies
  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Photographs by Richard Johnson
  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Anne-marie Greene as Joan Crawford
    Anne-marie Greene as Joan Crawford
  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Photographs by Richard Johnson
  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Anne-marie Greene as Joan Crawford
    Anne-marie Greene as Joan Crawford
  • Now showing: Bette and Joan until Saturday 28th May
    'Here we have a delicate game of oneup-womanship, in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.' Guardian
    'The dry humour and quick wit of both women helped stoke the rivalry between them on the day and decades later their cutting acid remarks are still as toxic and at times funny as the day they were spoken.' British Theatre Guide
    Photographs by Richard Johnson
Our Season
by Jethro Crompton
June 25th to July 2nd
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
by Ronald Harwood
September 3rd to 10th
Quartet
Main House
October 15th to 22nd
Main House
December 3rd to 10th
Reading: 12th Jun
Audition: 26th Jun