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Details of our forthcoming productions can be found below. A PDF version of our Season Brochure is also available.

  • A Tomb with a View - May 2014

    Wednesday 07 - Saturday 17 May 2014
    A Tomb with a View is a popular, fast-moving, gothic comedy triller by Norman Robbins. With laughs and dead bodies in profusion, this play is suitable for all over the age of 10 years. As the play opens, a wolf howls to the moon. In the Library, Hamilton Penworthy, solicitor, reads the will of the late-departed Septimus Tomb. Who will survive to inherit the millions? The plot twists and turns to its surprising conclusion. A comedy not to miss!

  • Trash - May 2014

    Thursday 29 - Saturday 31 May 2014
    When four strangers are suddenly thrown together on the site of a sinister junkyard, they must work together using only their wits and cunning to survive not only their pursuers, but the strange and wonderful inhabitants of the tip. Using a mixture of physical theatre, special effects and music, this Priory Youth Theatre production will bring to life a brand new and original story of the battles between good and evil, of families, and the power of friendship.

  • Up Pompeii! - July 2014

    Wednesday 09 - Saturday 19 July 2014
    Based on the original characters created for the Frankie Howard BBC comedy, Up Pompeii! is a hilarious romp through ancient Pompeii with all the TV favourites!

  • The Accrington Pals - September 2014

    Wednesday 10 - Saturday 20 September 2014
    At the outbreak of war in 1914, the 700 strong local battalion from Accrington, Lancashire marched off optimistically in response to Lord Kitchener's call – Your Country Needs YOU! Peter Whelan's powerful and poignant play is based on this fact and the effect the war had on the men at the front and on the women left behind.

  • The Ladykillers - November 2014

    Wednesday 05 - Saturday 15 November 2014
    A sweet little old lady, alone in her house, is pitted against a gang of criminal misfits who will stop at nothing. With only her parrot, General Gordon, to help her, Mrs Wilberforce is alone with five desperate men - but who will be forced to face the music? A play both macabre and hilariously funny, this is definitely not one to be missed!

  • Previous Productions

    List of, and information about, our previous productions spanning back to our first performance in 1932.