We are so thrilled to announce the first three productions for 2025. Readings and auditions for Medea and Constellations will be in July and August and posted very soon. Look out on the auditions page on the website and on social media for detail.


MEDEA in a new version by Ben Power
Director Craig Shelton
22 JAN – 1 FEB

Medea, written by Euripides but presented in this contemporary version by Ben Power, staged with great impact at the National Theatre in 2014 with the late, much mourned Helen McCrory in the lead role. To be directed by Craig Shelton
In this reimagining, Power brings the ancient tale into contemporary relevance, exploring themes of betrayal, revenge, and the consequences of unchecked passion. It is a timeless tale of love, betrayal, and vengeance that resonates just as powerfully today as it did over two millennia ago. An amazing opportunity for an actor in the central role but also for actors to be part of a traditional Greek chorus.


Director Sue Moore
26 FEB – 8 MAR

Suppose that life exists in a multiverse with infinitely different futures? The possibilities of our lives are quite literally endless.
Constellations opened at the Royal Court in London in 2012 and had a rapturous critical reception. It went on to Broadway and was revived with four more simultaneous productions in London in 2021.
This is a love story of Marianne, a quantum physicist, and Roland, a beekeeper and we follow the consequences of their choices, big and small.  “Constellations” is a play for anyone who has ever wondered “what if?” It’s romantic, funny, intimate, awkward, heartbreaking and joyous. An exciting opportunity for two actors to have uniquely rewarding roles.


Spring Awakening

Book & Lyrics by Steven Sater Music by Duncan Sheik
Based on the play by Frank Wedekind
Director: Chris Gilbey-Smith Musical Director: James Suckling
2 – 12 APRIL

Spring Awakening, our postponed production from 2024 is based on an expressionist play written in 1891 by Frank Wedekind. The themes of the piece speak with loud contemporary clarity about the trials, pain, tears, and exhilaration of the teen years. Winner of 8 Tony awards and an Olivier award for Best Musical, Spring Awakening tells a story of adolescent anarchy and the rite of passage to adulthood, set to one of the most electrifying and admired scores of the 21st century. A group of teenagers – silenced and controlled by a censorious society – discover a new world of feeling and freedom outside the classroom, with both beautiful and heartbreaking consequences.
Already cast from last year.