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Ann Veronica offers vignettes of the Women's suffrage movement in Great Britain and features a chapter inspired by the 1908 attempt of suffragettes to storm Parliament.
Autism Friendly Shakespeare Week
Explore the weird and wonderful language, story and characters of Twelfth Night before watching the show in the theatre. Particularly suitable for young people on the autistic spectrum.
A Dragon's Tale
A magical storytelling show based on the legend of A Dragon's Tale.
A thrilling, atmospheric and moving re-telling of the immortal legend of Faust.
The Gingerbread Man
An adaptation and performance by Lizzie Lewis as she gives her rendition of the famous Gingerbread Man.
House And Garden
House and Garden consists of two plays designed to be performed simultaneously in two auditoria with the same cast moving between the two plays.
This amateur production of Maskerade is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French LTD.
Murder For Two
Watermill Theatre in association with Paul Taylor-Mills present Joe Kinosian and Kellen Blair's high-energy, musical whodunit. Directed by Luke Sheppard.
Thu 26 Jan
Sat 28 Jan
Musical Theatre Taster
Learn some of your favourite songs and sequences from hit musicals. At the end of the two days there will be a presentation to family and friends. Thursday 16 and Friday 17 February Ages: 8 - 11 years (9am - 12noon) Ages: 12 - 16 years (1 - 4pm)
Nesting is a funny and moving look at compulsive behaviour and nding love in the most unlikely of places.
Play In A Day
Our holiday courses are a great way to develop your skills and make new friends. No experience necessary, just plenty of enthusiasm! Play in a Day Devise, rehearse and perform your very own play, all in one day. Monday 13 February Ages: 8 - 11 years (9am - 4pm) Tuesday 14 February Ages 12 - 16 years (9am - 4pm)
Play In A Week
Rehearse and perform your very own version of The Twelfth Night. One of Bard's great works.
Primary Schools' Production
Over a hundred children from six local village primary schools perform in a new play specially written for them.
Romeo And Juliet
An unforgettable production, Romeo and Juliet features music by Mumford and Sons, Johnny Flynn, The Vaccines, The Civil Wars and Hozier, performed live by the cast.
Sunday Sessions - Smitty's Big Four
The Big Four's unique combination of trumpet, soprano sax/clarinet, guitar and bass, separates the group from traditional dixieland groups.
The Watermill. A new production of a play that balances comedy, romance and tragedy in equal measure.