By Noel Coward
It is with regret that we have had to postpone our production of Noel Coward’s Hay Fever due to the ongoing health crisis. We are hopeful that we will stage the play in spring 2021. For those of you who have bought tickets already, refunds should be issued by the venue Assembly Roxy within 3-5 days.
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Thank you to the cast for their understanding, and to our audience for your continued support.
Hand to God by Robert Askins
Performances: 9th – 13th April (not including Friday 12th) 8:00pm Assembly Roxy
Tickets £12 advance, £15 on the door theegtg.com/tickets/
Mild-mannered, shy Jason has sought solace in his mother’s Christian puppet ministry after the death of his father. In the basement of a conservative church in Cypress, Texas, Jason discovers a blossoming talent for puppetry and thinks that things might just turn out okay. His mom and Pastor Greg seem pleased, the local bully is largely indifferent, and his puppetry has even caught the eye of the cute girl in the youth group.
But the youth group has a monster in their midst: Jason’s puppet, Tyrone. As Tyrone’s foul-mouthed, irreverent, and devilishly funny influence over Jason steadily grows, no one’s secrets are safe. Not content with mere anarchy, Tyrone won’t be satisfied until he’s dragged everyone to hell and back.
Is Tyrone simply Jason’s voice of grief and rage, or is Tyrone something far more sinister? Is Tyrone what he claims to be: the devil?
Hand to God, a play the New Yorker called Sesame Street meets The Exorcist, is a hilarious, lightening-paced, very adult comedy that explores the startling fragile nature of faith, morality, and familial ties that bind
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All About My Mother A play by Samuel Adamson, based on the film by Pedro Almodovar
21st – 24th November inclusive, 7:30pm Assembly Roxy
Tickets £10 advance, £12 on the door
“To all actresses who have played actresses. To all women who act. To men who act and become women. To all the people who want to be mothers.”
Pedro Almodovar, to the audience of All About My Mother
In Barcelona, Manuela makes a new life for herself after the death of her son, working on a stage production of A Streetcar Named Desire. She is reunited with an old transgender friend, Agrado, who she finds working as a prostitute, and makes new friends in the shape of Rosa, a terminally ill young nun, and Huma Rojo, the famous and formidable grand dame stage actress whom her late son idolised.
As Manuela rebuilds her life in a new city with a new job and new friends, her son’s estranged father returns to her life with tragic and life changing consequences for them all. Continue reading All About My Mother
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Performances 23rd – 26th May, inclusive, Assembly Roxy beginning at 7:30pm
Tickets £10 Advance (£12 on the door)
‘It will have blood; they say, blood will have blood’
As the Witches’ prophecies appear to be coming true, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth commit the ultimate act of murder. Once Duncan lies dead and his sons have fled the realm, Macbeth gains the crown he and his wife craved. But the natural order of the world has been destroyed and Macbeth’s reign descends into a hell for all.
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Reckless by Craig Lucas
Performances December 6th – December 9th inclusive, Assembly Roxy beginning at 7:30pm
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Or is it?
Rachel certainly used to think so. At least she did until her husband Tom confessed on Christmas Eve that it isn’t Santa Claus she hears breaking in but a hitman he’s hired to kill her.
So she better run.
And run she does, plunging herself into a labyrinth of murder, embezzlement, faked disabilities, game shows and a never-ending stream of psychiatrists. In the end, will Rachel survive this pitch black comedy by Craig Lucas? And more importantly will her love of Christmas?
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The Ladykillers by Graham Linehan
From the Motion Picture Screenplay by William Rose
Performances May 10th – May 13th, inclusive, Assembly Roxy beginning at 7:30pm
“Is anyone back from the robbery yet?”
When criminal mastermind Professor Marcus and a motley crew of misfits pose as amateur musicians to rent rooms from the sweetly eccentric Mrs. Wilberforce, the police have no idea that they’re planning a daring bank robbery. But Mrs. Wilberforce is not so easily deceived.
With his brilliant plot rumbled, the Professor decides there’s only one way to keep the old lady quiet – Mrs. Wilberforce must face the music. And he doesn’t mean a string quartet…
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