A modern award winning sequel to A Midsummer Night’s Dream written for RSC Open stages described as “When Ayckbourn meets Shakespeare”. 20 years later, Helen and Dee celebrate their anniversary with old friends but when three strangers arrive a spell is reversed and a new magic begins.
The Premiere of BAGGAGE took place in July as part of the Wirral Festival of Firsts and received rave reviews and feedback from full houses at Melrose Hall Hoylake and Central Library Wallasey. A professional tour is now planned for the North West in January 2018 with another two-hander SPACE. Reviews (coming soon) GALLERY FESTIVAL OF FIRSTS PREMIERE GALLERY WALLASEY...
After winning the MADF one act drama festival (youth) in February, The Broadway Theatre Company went on to appear at the NDFA Finals in Barnsley in July
One family find themselves off the beaten track in a remote idyll in the West Country where it seems time has stood still. A strange legend, an egg timer and an old record hold a secret but why has the grandfather clock stopped? They have all been on a journey – but to where?
Bev Clark & Keith Hill’s R.I.P. Mr Shakespeare wins several awards and accolades. Since the debut performance at The World Museum in Liverpool, in April 2016 by Hand In Hand Theatre the play has gone on from strength to strength, first winning the Leverhulme Drama Festival in the categories of Best Play, Best presentation, Best comedy performance (Keith Hill) and The All England Theatre Festival Merseyside trophy. Also...
A murder mystery in the style of theatre of the absurd. Set in a psychiatric hospital, a group of patients play games with each other. But who is real? Who is just a figment of someone’s imagination?
Who is really insane?
Time & Place: England 2006. The Watson’s house and The local War memorial. The Somme 1916. A trench and battlefield. Iraq 1991. A deserted village. A drama about fathers & sons set against a backdrop of war with a supernatural twist.
A one-act play for 2 women.
Sandra is doing her Christmas shopping. She is loaded with bags and waiting for the bus when she meets Annie, a bag lady with a dark tragic past.
Spanning from 1918 -1999 – The story of a family throughout a century seen through the eyes of the children of each generation. a one act historical drama for youth theatre