Sleuth

By Anthony Shaffer
Directed by Ros Liddiard
4 – 11 October at 7:45pm
(not Sun) and October 11 at 2.30pm

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Orchestrate the perfect crime, and take it one step further …

Andrew Wyke, an immensely successful crime novelist, and his wife’s lover, Milo Tindle, a hard-up travel agent, are engaged in a deadly battle of wits and imagination.  How far can the game go and at what cost to the loser?

Anthony Shaffer’s Sleuth is an enthralling comedy-thriller, a brilliant parody of an Agatha Christie country-house detective story.  The twists and turns of the plot are cunning and fast, full of suspense and excitement.  Do you dare to take your eyes away … for even a moment?

“One of the best examples of the comedy-thriller ever written” Film 4

“This tit-for-tat rapier fight rarely loses pace and never gives itself away”  The Independent


10 x 10 Playwriting Competition

18 - 19 October at 7:45pm
and 19 October at 2:30pm

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The Chesil's biennial 10 x 10 Playwriting Competition, which began in 2008, provides an opportunity for aspiring and emerging writers to showcase new work. The aim of 10 x 10 is to discover, promote and produce the very best in new writing of 10 minute plays. Take a look at our video clip to learn more
 


Little Women

By Louisa May Alcott
Adapted by Emma Reeves
Directed by Vara Williams
29 November – 6 December at 7.45pm
(not Sun) and 2.30pm on 6 December

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Timeless and enduring classic

There are four sisters. One is a romantic, one is a high-spirited tomboy, one is a self-centered beauty and one is shy and gentle: Meg, Jo, Amy and Beth March are just like any other sisters - loyal, fun and often squabbling. Together they share the joys and pains of growing up during the American Civil War. Interspersed with warmth, family loyalty and traditional values this play tugs at the heartstrings.


Barefoot in the Park

By Neil Simon
Directed by Alec Walters
24 – 31 January at 7.45pm
(not Sun) and 2.30pm on 31 January

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Opposites attract in this 1960s romantic comedy

When newly-weds, Corie and Paul Bratter move into their freezing attic apartment in New York, free-spirited Corie is effervescent at the thought of home-making. Paul however, is a straight-laced lawyer more interested in his burgeoning career. When their bohemian new neighbour drops in, Corie tries to pair him off with her lonely mother, which ironically exposes cracks in the Bratter's own marriage.

If only all conflicts could be resolved by walking ‘barefoot in the park’…


The Beauty Queen of Leenane

By Martin McDonagh
Directed by Norma York
21 – 28 March at 7.45pm
(not Sun) and 2.30pm on 28 March

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Trust and betrayal collide catastrophically in this award-winning black comedy

In a dingy cottage in the mountains of Connemara, County Galway, Maureen Folan, a plain and lonely woman in her early forties lives with Mag, her manipulative ageing mother, whose interference in Maureen's first and potentially last loving relationship sets in motion a train of events that is as darkly funny as it is horrific.

Contains scenes of domestic violence that some people may find upsetting.


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