Fancy being transported to your own living room at Christmas time? Alan Ayckbourn’s Season’s Greetings at the New Vic Theatre will take you there.
Intemperance is the tragically beautiful tale of an Irish family who set up in Liverpool and keep their dreams alive in the face of poverty.
A small village in Northamptonshire is one of the last places you would think to find a factory producing high heels for men, and even a Reverend writing about it. But such is the unorthodox world of Earls Barton that you would have found both.
For love or money is a play based in small town Yorkshire, set in the 1920’s. Adapted from the eighteenth-century play Turncaret written by Alain René Lesage. Directed by Barrie Rutter and designed by Jessica Worrall. The story follows a love triangle between widower Rose and her two potential suitors Arthur, the doctor’s son and bank manager Algy Fuller.
The lives of the people of Stoke-on-Trent in World War One are set to be portrayed on stage at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery.