Blood on Canvas by Richard James, directed by Sharon Edmonds.
"Maddie is beginning to establish herself as a successful artist, but her studio and gallery are situated in a remote area where a killer is apparently on the loose."
Rude Awakenings by Nicholas Ridley, directed by Doreen Grant.
"A charming comedy, with a tear or two, this play revolves around the loves, lives and losses of four women in a local village."
Cecily, Reggie and Wilfred reside in a home for retired opera singers in Kent. They frequently worked together during their professional careers and each year, on the tenth of October, there is a concert to celebrate Verdi's birthday. Then Jean, who used to be married to Reggie, arrives at the home and disrupts their equilibrium. She still acts like a diva and refuses to sing. But the show must go on in this funny and poignant play.
Things don't go to plan for the Ancient Gods of Greece when two new stars appear in the sky signalling the arrival of two new gods. With their new rules and powers, that will affect all the gods for the rest of time, the new gods cause quite a stir. Not only that but Hermes, messenger to the gods, starts to fall in love with Kate, a mortal!
March 6th to 9th at 7.30pm - all tickets £8
The author of Inspector Drake and the Perfekt Crime, David Tristram, turns his attention to marital woes to brilliant comic effect.
Mark and Vicky and Eric and Judith all have one thing in common in this adult-themed comedy and a chance meeting could have ended with a pleasant social evening.
However fate intervenes and before long the insults, innuendos, black eyes and china start flying. It turns out that they each had an affair with the opposite partner and once the secret is out there is no putting the genie back in the bottle.