In Truvy’s beauty salon, Louisiana, a close knit circle of friends gather to gossip. When tragedy strikes and M’Lynn’s newly married daughter needs a kidney transplant they are faced with the harsh reality of life. But these southern belles soon learn that the power of their friendship and laughter is the one thing that helps them heal.
The story of a young girl who finds her only source of joy, life and escape from her drunken mother in impersonating the songs and voices of all time greats. Her life is turned upside down when a cowboy manager to the stars discovers Little Voice and tries to make her the star she never wanted to be.
“A fine production, capable of moving and amusing the audience in equal measure” Stuart Charman, Diss Express. “The cast rose supremely to the challenge” Janet Chambers, East Anglian Daily Times.
1999: at the dawn of a new millennium, Tom and Ellen discover a dark secret buried beneath their house. 1799: in the same house, the occupants eagerly anticipate the new century when the mysteries of life will be revealed by the light of science. Inspired by the painting by Joseph Wright of Derby, this intelligent and witty play – turns chilling and hilarious – explores the emotional detritus left behind in our search for ‘progress’.
A superb Polly Teale adaptation of the classic – Jane Eyre is poor, plain and unloved. But locked up in the attic of her imagination lives a woman so passionate and so full of longing she must be guarded night and day for fear of the havoc she would wreak. Who is this woman who threatens to destroy Jane’s orderly world? A world where Jane has, for the first time, fallen in love. This production won a ‘best play award’ from the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA).