Forthcoming shows

Sleuth - 19 March to 24 March

(performances 7.30pm - 24 March 2.30pm matinee and 7.30pm)

By Anthony Shaffer, Directed by Anna Reynolds

(A TOADS season production)


Andrew Wyke is a mystery writer whose house reflects his obsession with game playing. He lures his wife’s lover, Milo Trindle, to the house and convinces him to stage a robbery of his wife’s jewellery. A proposal that sets off a chain of events where it’s not clear where Wyke’s imagination ends and reality begins.

Steel Magnolias - 16 April to 21 April

(performances 7.30pm - 21 April 2.30pm matinee and 7.30pm)

By Robert Harling, Directed by Helen Gould

(A TOADS season production)


Set in a beauty parlour in Louisianna, 6 ladies face life’s toughest challenges: the gamut of friendship, marriage, birth and death. They engage in small town gossip but we see a deep strength of emotion when one of the group faces a trauma that affects them all.

Tons of Money - 14 May to 19 May

(performances 7.30pm - 19 May 2.30pm matinee and 7.30pm)

Revised by Alan Ayckbourn, originally by Will Evans & Arthur Valentine, Directed by Andrew Bell

(A TOADS season production)


An unsuccessful inventor has inherited the life interest in a fortune which reverts to his cousin George Maitland on his death. Unfortunately the inventor has accrued enormous debts and, as cousin George is thought to have died abroad, the inventor has the idea of ‘dying’ so he can resurrect himself as his cousin thus avoiding paying his debts. Inevitably complications arise!

Rough Justice - 11 June to 16 June

(performances 7.30pm - 16 June 2.30pm matinee and 7.30pm)

By Terence Frisby, Directed by Stephanie Austin

(A TOADS season production)


James Highwood, host of a popular TV programme called ‘British Justice’, is on trial accused of murdering his mentally disabled child. Highwood refuses legal representation and conducts his own defence, admitting responsibility but pleading manslaughter. The question is: did Highland actually kill his child after all?