8 Oct-7 Nov 2015
Written at the height of the McCarthyist witch-hunts in 1950s America, The Crucible plots the brutal self-destruction of a fragile Puritan community obsessed by the fear of witchcraft. A timeless moral parable, it has a habit of unmasking the fears and hypocrisies of any age in which it is played.
7-11 Jul 2015
Athens is cursed! King Theseus has only one desire: a son to inherit the throne, but every child born to him perishes after only a few hours. Despair leads Theseus to seek terrifying answers, and a truth which will bring him eye-to-eye with the most hideous creature in the ancient world - Medusa!
A brand new legend inspired by Greek myths perfect for ages 7 years and older and Key Stage 2 and 3.
St Werburgh's new curriculum pilot
1st and 3rd July 2014
Aim of the session:
To work with a year 4 class for two afternoon sessions
To reinforce the children's learning around Anglo Saxon village life using theatre techniques.
11-22 Nov 2014
War Game tells the story of the opening months of World War 1 through the eyes of a village football team who sign up, train, are despatched to the Front and then play in the famous Christmas Day match across No Man's Land.
10 Feb-29 Mar 2014
A bold and dynamic re-imagining of Brontë's timeless masterpiece presented in two parts with an ensemble cast of actors and musicians.
27 Sep-2 Nov 2013
A strange meeting in a churchyard sets in motion a chain of events that will shower a young man with money, break his troubled heart and lead him deep into a labyrinth of deception and discovery. Great Expectations is a story about transformation, loss and - ultimately - forgiveness.