Upcoming performances

Here you will find more information about our upcoming shows and events, with links to our booking pages.


Top Girls
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Top Girls is an absolute must see classic of British Theatre. Caryl Churchill at her best with fantastic energetic dialogue and colourful characters all formed into a perfect package exploring success and sacrifice.

Marlene is on the up – promoted over male and female colleagues she strives ahead honouring her ambition and drive – realising her ‘potential’ in Thatcher’s Britain.

But some waters run very deep indeed. Despite celebrations, broken relationships lie at the heart of everything.

Could a woman, then, really pursue her dreams? Can she now? Can anyone?

Directed by Gareth Kennerley
Assisted by Calin Drimbau

Where: The Drayton Arms

When: 23rd and 24th April

BOOK HERE – **SCAFFOLD STATE STUDENT DISCOUNT AVAILABLE**

Sunday 23rd – 3.30pm

Sunday 23rd – 8pm

Monday 24th – 8pm


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Alan Turing was an extraordinary man living an extraordinary life.

His work on breaking the enigma code in the second world war was fundamental to the success of the allies. He was a genius. He was also an eccentric. He was also a man whose personal life challenged the mores of the establishment.

Hugh Whitemore’s fascinating portrait of Turing in Breaking the Code explores more of the personal, and the ultimately all consuming irreconcilable conflict between a man and the world in which he lived.

Moving funny and insightful, this is not to be missed.

This is a non-professional production brought to you by members of the Scaffold State Training Program.

Directed by Richard Neale

Where: The Drayton Arms
When: 30th of April and 1st of May

BOOK HERE – **SCAFFOLD STATE STUDENT DISCOUNT AVAILABLE**

Sunday 30th – 3pm

Sunday 30th – 8pm

Monday 1st – 8pm


Othello
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Join us for this timeless meditation on jealousy and revenge. Othello has fought his way against the odds to the top. His actions have spoken louder than the colour of his skin and he has silenced bigoted voices.

Having found true love in the arms of Desdemona, all he must do is continue to prove himself at the forefront of venetian military might and strategy.

Unlooked for, though, Iago’s hatred is boiling. Pitting herself against what she sees as the Othello’s unwarranted rise to acclaim along with all those in his favour, she will stop at nothing to spread the contagion of her jealousy – even to the most dreadful of ends.

This is a non-professional production brought to you by members of the Scaffold State Training Program.

Directed by Gareth Kennerley
Assisted by Helia Zarbafi

Where: The Drayton Arms
When: 7th and 8th of May

BOOK HERE – **SCAFFOLD STATE STUDENT DISCOUNT AVAILABLE**

Sunday 7th- 3.30pm

Sunday 7th – 8pm

Monday 8th – 8pm


Past events

For more information on our past professional plays, go to our Professional Projects page.

For more information on our past student performances, go to our Students Shows page.

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