SHOWS

PAST PRODUCTIONS

The River

by Jez Butterworth
November / December 2018

“If you lose me you will search for me. Forever.”

A cabin somewhere in the Tyne Valley. A man brings a woman for a romantic weekend to get close to nature and experience the wonder of the River. But is there one woman or many? Is he just a womaniser or is he seeking the woman he has always loved, over and over again?

CITY THEATRE, DURHAM & QUEEN'S HALL, HEXHAM

TWO BY BECKETT

by Samuel Beckett
June 2018

DURHAM PREMIERE - A double bill of short plays by the master of modern drama, Samuel Beckett, each a haunting meditation on life, love and longing.

ASSEMBLY ROOMS, DURHAM
Part of the Durham Festival Of Arts 2018

JESUS HOPPED THE A TRAIN

by Stephen Adly Guirgis
May 2018

Angel Cruz is standing trial for shooting the Reverend Kim in the ass; Reverend Kim later died. Lucius Jenkins is on appeal, trying to avoid the death penalty for the murder of eight people. For one hour each day, both men share adjacent cages on Rikers Island, New York’s top security prison. Then one day they get talking.

ASSEMBLY ROOMS, DURHAM & HOME, MANCHESTER

DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES

by JP Miller in a new version by Owen MacCafferty
October 2017

Donal and Mona come to England to make a new life. Its the Swinging Sixties, they fall in love and set up home. The whole world seems to lie at their feet. But Donal drinks, and as Mona is drawn into his lifestyle their love is put to the ultimate test.

ASSEMBLY ROOMS, DURHAM & 53TWO, MANCHESTER