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The Little Theatre season runs from January to December and we normally put on four plays each year. Below are the dates and brief details of our forthcoming productions. To see details of our latest play click here

Programme for 2024

1 - 9 MARCH

by Moira Buffini

directed by Mike Truman

An artist, a scientist and a sexpot are coming to dinner. Paige, hostess extraordinaire, is celebrating the publication of her husband’s best seller. The arrival of Mike, marooned in the foggy lane after crashing his van, provides an unexpected addition to the evening’s entertainment. A silent waiter, sourced from an obscure website, completes the picture. Primordial soup is first on the menu – let the dinner from hell begin.
A wonderful comedy chiller, with blood on the carpet before bedtime!

Please note: this production contains strong language.

7 - 15 JUNE

by Alan Ayckbourn

directed by Trish Richings

A diffident widower attempts to escape loneliness by joining the local amateur light operatic society. By accident (by not ever saying NO) he advances from a small part to the lead while also enjoying the attentions of all the female cast members.
Written in 1984 this was Alan.Ayckbourn’s 20th play and one of his most succesful earning three major awards, including the London Evening Standard Award, the Olivier Award, and the Drama Award.


By Henrik Ibsen

Directed By David Parton

Henrik Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House’, premiered in 1879 and the effect it had on a very conservative audience was explosive.
Nora is very happily married to Helmer and her life looks rosy now that her husband has been made manager of the local bank. But suddenly her world threatens to collapse around her when threatened with blackmail for an earlier indiscretion and the scales fall from her eyes as she realises women are only very second-class citizens. George Bernard Shaw wrote: ‘When Nora slams the front door shut behind her, that sound reverberated throughout the whole world.’


By Phillip King

Directed By Phil Armstrong

It’s the 1940’s and the residents of Merton-cum-Middlewick are preparing themselves for the possibility of a Nazi invasion. Meanwhile, a meddling spinster becomes convinced that her beloved vicar’s former actress wife is having an affair and attempts to expose her. Add an escaped German prisoner of war, a handsome actor, the visiting Bishop of Lax, a rotund locum priest and some meddling neighbours and hilarious confusion and mayhem result.

For a list of our past productions click archive