A comedy by Benn W Levy - click to enlarge
Book and Lyrics by Dorothy Reynolds and Julian Slade. Music by Julian Slade. - click to enlarge
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano, one that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane, the young lovers, have just left university and are having to find their way in the world when a tramp offers them £7 a week to look after Minnie, his piano. The piano is lost and Timothy and Jane end up on a flying saucer searching for the piano, which is found in time for the tramp to reclaim it.
by Agatha Christie. Adapted by Charles Moie and Barbara Toy - click to enlarge
When the Parson declares rather carelessly 'Anyone who murdered Colonel Prothero would be doing the world at large a service ', he does not realise his words will come back to haunt him. From several potential murderers, Miss Marple must find the real killer.
A short play by Gertrude Jennings - click to enlarge
The sudden stoppage of a lift on the Underground causes the temporary imprisonment of its passengers, including a Duchess and a Lord, a bricklayer, and a dressmaker's assistant. At length the bricklayer opens the gate and descends the shaft, with the result that the lift is lowered by pulleys.
Meanwhile the bricklayer has successfully wooed the pretty dressmaker, whose terror at the thought of being late with the costume she is taking home is modified by the fact that the dress is intended for the Duchess herself.
by Dodie Smith - click to enlarge
A novelist and his family are in poor straits; for Father has not managed to write anything in years. An American, named Simon, buys the novelist's old castle and comes with his brother, Neil, to take possession. Against his brother's inclinations, he falls for and proposes to the elder of the novelist's daughters.
She is delighted - not because she loves Simon, but because she can now help her family with money. Gradually, however, it dawns on the younger sister that she loves Simon, and she is incensed by her sister's casual attitude toward him. But when the elder sister really falls in love, with Neil, then a double wedding is certainly in the cards, and so is salvation from the poor house.
by Oscar Wilde - click to enlarge
Jack and Algernon are wealthy gentlemen. Jack (known to Algernon as Ernest) lives a respectable life in the country providing an example to his young ward Cecily. Jack wants to marry Algernon's cousin Gwendolen, but must first convince her mother, Lady Bracknell, of the respectability of his parents.
by Charlotte Hastings - Directed by Esther Boss
A flood in the fen country has trapped two prison officials and their prisoner, Sarat Carn, who is on her way to the gallows for the murder of her brother. But Sister Mary Bonaventure is convinced of her innocence and just before the police launch arrives, a confession is forced from the real murderer.