A Wife for all Reasons describes the turmoil at the court of Henry VIII from the point of view of his wives. The play comprises six accounts of life at the time, one for each of his Queens; "Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived.

The fascination with Henry VIII and his six wives endures forever. But the history of this period is seldom seen from the women's point of view. These heart-stirring personal accounts tell the story from a different perspective.

Robert Brydges (Poetry reciter)
Rosi Castle (Katharine Parr)
Roger Chadbourne (Narrator)
Jessica Colson (Poetry reciter)
Adrian Harding (Poetry reciter)
Anne-Marie Harvey (Lady in Waiting)
Richard Jones (Poetry reciter)
Sally Matthews (Anne Boleyn)
Tanya Ogden (Catherine of Aragon)
Hazel Perrett (Kathryn Howard)
Bev Taylor-Wade (Anne of Cleves)
Beth Yates (Jane Seymour)

Twelfth Night, or What You Will, is one of Shakespeare's most popular and most performed plays. It tells the story of the twins Viola and Sebastian who are separated in a shipwreck, and the main plot involves Orsino, Duke of Illyria and his wife Olivia. Viola disguises herself as a man (Cesario) and when Sebastian reappears much confusion ensues

The sub-plot involves Olivia's steward, the pompous Malvolio, together with Olivia's alcoholic uncle, Sir Toby Belch, his foolish friend Sir Andrew Aguecheek and her servants Maria and Feste.

Robert Brydges (Antonio)
Roger Chadbourne (Sea Captain, Officer, Servant)
John Crabtree (Valentine)
Sheenu Das (Olivia)
Carl Davies (Sir Toby Belch)
Mary Flanagan (Feste)
Richard Jones (Duke Orsino)
David Pileri (Servant)
Bev Taylor-Wade (Maria)
Poppy Vera (Viola/Cesario)
Sarah Webster (Servant)
Lewis Willis (Sebastian)
Freddie Wopat (Sir Andrew Aguecheek)