Butler, anyone?

“Arcadia”, running 19th-22nd Oct, still has one part unfilled – that of the implacable Jellaby, the butler of the house. He appears a few times throughout the play, never with too many lines.  Rehearsals not too onerous!  If you are interested then do get in touch with us via our Contact Page.

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Arcadia needs “propping” up!

Rehearsals are under way for our next production in October, Tom Stoppard’s excellent play Arcadia which is about, among other things, romantic gardens, forgotten duels, lost poets, dwarf dahlias and the effect of sex on mathematically predictable events!   It’s considered to be his “masterpiece”, and is not to be missed.

Half of the play is set in a country mansion in 1809 and involves old books […]

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