Forthcoming shows

Will You Still Love Me in the Morning - 16 January to 21 January

(performances 7.30pm - 21 January 2.30pm matinee & 7.30pm)

By Brian Clemens and Dennis Spooner

Directed by Jessica Hunter

(A TOADS season production)


Jeremy and Celia return a week early from their unsuccessful honeymoon to find that both Jeremy’s partners have accepted his offer to stay in his house while he is away. As if there aren’t enough problems, Sid the plumber is up to his eyes in water in the cellar…

Flanders and Swann Revisited - 22 January

(performance 7.30pm - tickets £11/£10)


A musical entertainment featuring the songs of Flanders and Swann and the poetic wit of Sir John Betjeman. Indulge in a little nostalgia for a by-gone world and the more gentle humour exemplified by these arch-observers of the national character. Performed from the piano (and everywhere else!) by actor, singer and pianist Michael Lunts.

Peter Baffles & Cadenza - 4 February

(performance 7.30pm - tickets £10/£9)


Peter Baffles - magician & illusionist

Cadenza - musical duo

“Peter Baffles genuinely amazed with his well-crafted magical skills. Great tricks were backed by good lively banter.”
“This is Baffles at his best - the droll delivery an engaging foil for some very sophisticated magic.”
Cadenza (or Pete & Nina) are an acoustic-style duo with a vast repertoire incorporating classic and contemporary songs. Their philosophy of musical dynamics ranges from light background music, performance numbers and the good old sing along, combined with generous helpings of fun and enthusiasm.You will be amazed how versatile the ‘unplugged’ approach can be.

The Witches - 22 February to 25 February

(performances 7.30pm - no matinee)

By Roald Dahl

Directed by Carolyn Bavister

(A Tadpoles youth production)

The witches hate children! In fact they even go so far as to try to kill them. The witches are disguised so it’s difficult to distinguish them from ordinary people. The story includes a Grandma and the narrator who find themselves in the middle of the annual meeting of witches.

Hay Fever - 20 March to 25 March

(performances 7.30pm - 25 March 2.30pm matinee & 7.30pm)

By Noel Coward

Directed by Jill Farrant

(A TOADS season production)


Set in 1925, the Bliss family is ultra Bohemian. One weekend each family member has invited a guest for the weekend which doesn’t go down well! After an uncomfortable dinner, they play a word game that only the family members understand which results in the terrifi ed guests leaving the next morning!

Death in High Heels - 24 April to 29 April

(performances 7.30pm - 29 April 2.30pm matinee & 7.30pm)

By Richard Harris

Directed by Cora Gant

(A TOADS season production)


A thriller set in 1930s London. Behind the glamour and gossip of a small Regent Street couture fashion house, secrets and lies are rife, and when a murder happens this fuels more gossip and lies!

Flat Spin - 22 May to 27 May

(performances 7.30pm - 27 May 2.30pm matinee & 7.30pm)

By Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by Jill Pettigrew

(A TOADS season production)


A night of romance in her luxurious riverside apartment with the good-looking stranger from next door. How can Joanna possibly go wrong? Except the flat isn’t hers, her name isn’t Joanna and heaven knows what the good-looking stranger is really after. Instead of romance comes considerable danger… Joanna’s only option is to play her part to the end.

Pygmalion - 19 June to 24 June

(performances 7.30pm - 24 June 2.30pm matinee & 7.30pm)

By George Bernard Shaw

Directed by Anna Reynolds

(A TOADS season production)


Set in the early 20th century it’s the play upon which the musical ‘My Fair Lady’ was written. Professor Higgins is an expert in phonetics and he undertakes to transform Eliza - a cockney flower girl from Covent Garden - into speaking like a duchess in 3 months.