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Recent shows

Below is a list of our most recent shows.  Click on any show poster or title to see more details, such as a description of the show, a list of the cast and crew, reviews and photos.

You can also see a list of older shows going back more than 20 years in our “historic archive” taken from the old website.

Perve

Perve

October, 2016

By Stacey Gregg PERFORMANCES Perve was perfromed Wednesday 26 – Saturday 29 October at at St Anne’s Hall, Wandsworth       SYNOPSIS Gethin has just finished his film course and reckons he’s the next Scorsese. His mum is on at…

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House Guest

House Guest

July, 2016

July 27-30. Join us this summer for a contemporary interpretation of the classic thriller, House Guest, from master storyteller Francis Durbridge, now in its 35th year.

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Follow Me

Follow Me

June, 2016

By Ross Guerney-Randall, Directed by Stephen Beard   Performances: 16 to 19 June 2016, 7:30pm at the Bread and Roses Theatre, Clapham Follow Me is a dramatisation of the final moments of the beautiful party girl, Ruth Ellis, famed for the…

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Scene Unseen

Scene Unseen

May, 2016

New Stagers are excited to announce our involvement, for the first time, in the Wandsworth Arts Fringe. Departing from our usual format of performing full-length established plays, Scene Unseen will present a selection of new short plays written by local writers.  This…

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Di and Viv and Rose

Di and Viv and Rose

April, 2016

Our April 2016 play will be Di and Viv and Rose by Amelia Bullmore   Performances Wednesday 27 to Saturday 30 April 2016,  7:30 pm,  at St Anne’s Hall   Play Description Aged eighteen, three women join forces at university….

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Puss In Boots

Puss In Boots

January, 2016

Poor Colin Miller is mortified to find that he has been left out of his late father’s Will. His only inheritance is Puss, the family cat. But during a visit to a very special shoe shop, Puss finds a pair…

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Bouncers and Shakers

Bouncers and Shakers

November, 2015

Bouncers and Shakers re-stirred -a Double Bill by John Godber and Jane Thornton. Performances: Wednesday 4 to Saturday 7 November, 7:30pm at St Anne’s Hall, Wandsworth       Shakers Cocktail Bar is the place to be! Nicky, Adele, Carol…

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Macbeth

Macbeth

July, 2015

When three witches accost Macbeth on his way from a famous victory in battle, and issue a prophecy that he will be King of Scotland, they put into action a train of horrific and bloody events.  Goaded by his wife,…

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Blithe Spirit

Blithe Spirit

April, 2015

Widower Charles Condomine gets more than he bargained for when he hosts a séance, in this out-of-this-world farce. Researching his new book, he and his second wife Ruth invite local medium Madame Arcati to their house. Both the Condomines and…

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Our January Panto: Treasure Island

Our January Panto: Treasure Island

January, 2015

When sailor Billy Bones staggers into the Benbow Inn with a treasure map and a final message, young Jim Hawkins, his Mother and friends are swept up into a whirlwind journey to find the lost treasure of Captain Flint. But…

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Have a Good Week Till Next Week

Have a Good Week Till Next Week

October, 2014

Our October 2014 play was written by and directed by one of our members – Ian Pring. Performances Wednesday 29 October to Saturday 1 November, 7:45pm  at St Anne’s Hall   Have a Good Week Till Next Week tells the…

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The Heiress

The Heiress

July, 2014

by Ruth and Augustus Goetz Performances Wednesday 23 July to Saturday 26 July 2014 at St Anne’s Hall, Wandsworth     “The Heiress” is a powerful drama about sexual politics, class and money in 1840s America, a society about to be torn…

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Stepping Out

Stepping Out

April, 2014

Performances Wednesday 30 April – Saturday 3 May 2014  at St Anne’s Hall   Stepping Out is a comedy by Richard Harris about a beginners’ tap dance troupe. The group of nine women and one man share life’s ups and downs whilst…

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Aladdin – January 2014 Panto

Aladdin – January 2014 Panto

January, 2014

The evil magician Abanazar has a problem. He has lost the powerful magic lamp in a dark, dirty, dangerous cave, and he needs the help of a young boy to retrieve it. Someone very like Aladdin, in fact. Aladdin himself…

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My Romantic History

My Romantic History

October, 2013

By D C Jackson Wednesday 23 to Saturday 26 October 2013, St Anne’s Hall, Wandsworth. When Tom starts a new job, he doesn’t expect that after work drinks will lead to a drunken and clumsy one-night stand with his new…

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She Stoops to Conquer

She Stoops to Conquer

July, 2013

By Oliver Goldsmith This much-loved, romping comedy of mistaken identity was performed from 22–27 July 2013 as part of the Abbeyfest at Merton Abbey Mills in the Colour House Theatre.   Country gentleman Mr Hardcastle has arranged a visit from his old friend’s son, Charles Marlow, in…

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Oleanna

Oleanna

July, 2013

By David Mamet

Wednesday 3rd to Saturday 6th July

When it opened off Broadway in 1992, “Oleanna” provoked fights in the Orpheum theatre foyer. This play is about sexual politics and power, how it can shift, and what happens to those who wield it against each other. It’s also about free speech, and whether suppressing it can ever be justified.

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An Inspector Calls

An Inspector Calls

April, 2013

24 – 27 April 2013 at St Anne’s Hall Extract from National Operatic & Dramatic Association review The classic J.B. Priestley play performed brilliantly to an appreciative audience, many of whom were studying it as part of their GCSEs, an…

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Cinderella

Cinderella

January, 2013

The best-known and loved of all Pantomime stories, ‘Cinderella’ tells the story of the daughter of the mysteriously absent Baron Hardup* of Hardup Hall. Bullied by her stepsisters, and destined for a life of drudgery, Cinderella escapes the clutches of…

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Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

November, 2012

In ‘Look Back in Anger’ we meet theatre’s archetypal Angry Young Man.  Jimmy Porter feels trapped in his marriage, his job, even his flat.  He takes out his resentment on his best friend Cliff and his wife Alison.  But neither…

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Kindertransport

Kindertransport

July, 2012

Extract from National Operatic and Drama Association Review: “This was a stunning piece of drama that left many in the audience in tears; so powerful and so moving, this is the sort of material that makes the theatre a Mecca for the exploration of the human condition.

Well written and delivered by a strong cast that had no weak link this was truly excellent work. Based on the true story of the evacuation of Jewish children without their parents from Germany to England just prior to the outbreak of the Second World War this really touched a nerve.”

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Farndale Macbeth

Farndale Macbeth

April, 2012

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of ‘Macbeth’   The ladies of the FAHETG Dramatic Society have been rehearsing ‘Macbeth’ for nine months, and tonight’s performance is their chance to get to the regional finals in…

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Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty

January, 2012

NODA Review This was a broadly traditional panto with a few twists.  The cast and audience really got into the performance and all played a part in making it an enjoyable evening.  Indeed one of the highlights of the first…

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