Spring 2017
Tuesday 31st January - Saturday 4th February
Doctor Faustus
by Christopher Marlowe
Directed by Lucy Bloxham
Frustrated with the futility of religion, law and science, Doctor Faustus searches for a deeper understanding of the universe ... along with the fame and power that this will bring. Summoning Mephistopheles - Lucifer's own servant - he makes a pact with the Devil : twenty-four years of absolute knowledge in exchange for his soul. Can Man overcome the curse of Original Sin? And is absolute power inevitably corrupting?
This production will be performed at Theatro Technis, Camden



Tuesday 7th - Saturday 11th February
Bedroom Farce
by Alan Ayckbourn
Directed by John Chapman
Four couples. Three bedrooms. Two neurotics. One long night of chaos. Alan Ayckbourn's classic play of 1970's marital disharmony brings together a bad back, pilchards in bed and the perils of flat pack furniture.
This production will be performed at Theatro Technis, Camden



Tuesday 21st - Saturday 25th February
Our Town
by Thornton Wilder
Directed by Lily Ann Green
Our Town, written in 1938, gave the playwright one of his three Pulitzer Prizes. It is a classic and simple bitter-sweet tale of life, love, growing up and loss.
This production will be performed at the Bridewell Theatre, off Fleet Street



Tuesday 28th February - Saturday 4th March
The Importance of Being Earnest
by Oscar Wilde
Directed by Martin Mulgrew
A marvellous masterpiece that mercilessly satirises Victorian moral attitudes especially towards marriage using high farce and Wilde's inimitable style and wit.
This production will be performed at the Bridewell Theatre, off Fleet Street



Tuesday 14th - Saturday 18th March
Under the Blue Sky
by David Eldridge
Directed by Lynn Facey
Bombshells, revelations and mismatched expectations. This powerful triptych of interconnected stories follows the lives of six teachers who speak boldly about unrequited love, sex, obsession and the chance of happiness.
This production will be performed at Theatro Technis, Camden

Tuesday 4th - Saturday 8th April
Kindertransport
by Diane Samuels
Directed by Angharad Ormond
A story about the fragile but resilient bond between mothers and daughters set against the backdrop of the Holocaust and the transportation of thousands of Jewish Kinder. Inspired by real experiences, Kindertransport explores identity and the cost of survival.
This production will be performed at Theatro Technis, Camden


The Tower Theatre Company on tour to the U.S.A.
Monday 17th - Sunday 23rd April
by Oscar Wilde
Directed by Martin Mulgrew
The Tower returns to Massachusetts for the third time with this marvellous masterpiece.
This production will be performed at the Gorton Theatre, Gloucester, Massachusetts