Roger Mcgough's hilarious comedy, after Moliere

Tue 7 - Sat 11 March 2017 7.45pm

Moliere's 17th Century comedy about hypocrisy, is relocated to Paris - in the aftermath of the Suez Crisis. 1950s fashions and music enrich the trials and tribulations faced by Organ's household where the wily hypocrite Tartuffe holds sway. Orgon and his mother think he is a saint, the rest of the household consider him a charlatan and are determined to unmask him. Can they reveal Tartuffe's true nature to the world and save Orgon and his family from ruin?


Roots - Stamford Shoestring Theatre Company


by Arnold Wesker

Tue 6 - Sat 10 December 2016

September 1958. Beatie Bryant, returns from London, like a breath of fresh air, to the rural Norfolk community of her birth. Beatie means to marry her socialist boyfriend Ronnie, desperately hoping that the family "don't show me up when he's here"...

"Roots, a beautiful rich piece, that has a strong claim to being Wesker's greatest dramatic achievement", Daily Telegraph