An Evening with Gary Lineker

20 - 26 January 2019

Performances are Sunday at 6pm, Monday - Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 3pm and 8pm.

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Written by Arthur Smith directed by Bob Bradick

An Evenning with Gary Linekar FlyerJuly 4th, 1990. England are playing Germany in the Semi final of the World Cup. In Majorca, Bill and Monica are on holiday trying to rekindle their marriage. Monica dreams of an affair with Gary Lineker. But as the game begins, the couple, in the company of Bill’s colleagues Dan and Ian, along with Birgitta, a German tourist rep, settle down to watch the game on TV. Through ninety minutes, extra time and the infamous penalty shoot out, the field of battle switches between the hotel and the Italian football pitch as Monica, Bill and the England team approach the inevitable.

The Old Country

17 - 23 March 2019

Written by Alan Bennett directed by Margaret Johnson

In what appears to be a very English scene, Hilary and Bron are sitting peacefully on a verandah, when Hilary’s sister and her husband show up. But this is more than just a family visit, and it is soon revealed that all is not as it appears. Bennett deftly uses the backdrop of a Cold War spy story to explore questions of loyalty, betrayal and national identity in this suspenseful and entertaining play.

Tom Jones

19 - 25 May 2019

Written by Joan Macalpine from the novel by Henry Fielding and directed by Brian Moran

Tom Jones is rich, ripe and rowdy. Tom, Squire Allworthy's adopted son, falls victim to the charms of one rustic wench after another, until at last the Squire grows tired of the trouble he causes and sends him off to cause it elsewhere. Then Tom becomes entangled with three women at once: Jenny Waters, a lady of warm heart and generous virtue, Mrs Fitzpatrick, a society lady seeking diversion from her oafish husband, and Sophia Western, whom Tom truly loves.

Strangers on a Train

14 - 20 July 2019

Written by Craig Warner from the novel by Patricia Highsmith and directed by Adam O'Riley

Guy Haines and Charles Bruno meet on a train and, because they are strangers, they think they can say anything while chatting. Bruno suggests that they could get away with murder-he could kill Guy's unfaithful wife while Guy could eliminate his hated father. Guy does not take him seriously, but Bruno is deadly serious. The basis of the classic film by Alfred Hitchcock which starred Farley Granger and Robert Walker.

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