John Haddrell dies of a heart attack and the woman at his side is not his wife Margaret but his lover Julia. Events take a sinister turn and, when left alone in the house together, Julia and Margaret are locked in a deadly combat.
A powerful revenge thriller
4 - 12 December 2009
What should have been a bonding exercise for four businessmen turns into a fight for survival when they become stranded on an island in Derwentwater. This 'comedy in thick fog' does have a darker edge.
Take care when you visit the Lakes...
19 - 27 February 2010
Young people behaving foolishly, the older generation behaving very badly indeed, unrequited love, knockout comedy, sadness, music and song - even cruelty - this dazzling play has it all.
One of Shakespeare's best loved plays
OUR DAY OUT
The award-winning Youth Theatre's production of Our Day Out takes inner city school-children on a trip to the seaside. Leaving in their wake a demented lollipop man, a plundered sweet shop and a zoo in chaos, these cheeky kids and their assorted teachers have a hilarious day out that none of them will ever forget.
director WAS Michaela Warrilow who worked with the Youth Theatre to stage
previous Award-winning productions such as Macbeth and The Lady of
Six aspiring authors meet on a winter's night. The Chairman of the Writing Group suggests they collaborate on a new work. There is a clap of thunder, a black-out, then...
A zany and light-hearted comedy about the power of the imagination.