Upcoming season

Bronte by Polly Teale
16 – 18th November 2017

The Bronte sister’s story, set in 1845, follows their rise and their brother Branwell’s fall. Invoking the real and imagined world of the Brontes, as their fictional characters haunt their creators.

Directed by Stephen Charles

Visit Bronte Society to learn more of Brontë200 – a five year programme celebrating the bicentenaries of the births of four of the Brontës: Charlotte in 2016, Branwell in 2017, Emily in 2018 and Anne in 2020.  In 2019, the Brontë Society will celebrate Rev Patrick Brontë,  200 years after he was invited to take up the role of parson in Haworth.


Dial M for Murder by Frederick Knott
8 – 10th March 2018

The play by Frederick Knott which became one of Alfred Hitchcock’s most iconic thrillers starring Grace Kelly and Ray Milland.

A very clever plot, full of twists and turns, as an evil man schemes to get rid of his wife.

Directed by Jim Anderson

Tickets will be available nearer the production.

The Ghost Train by Arnold Ridley
14 – 16th June 2018

Regularly mentioned by critics as one of the two scariest plays in the theatre, The Ghost Train is a well constructed thriller with a twist

Set in the 1920’s a group of travellers are dumped at a remote Cornish station late on a stormy night with a long wait for the next train. The stationmaster warns them about the ghost train, and then strange things begin to happen.

Directed by Cliff Francis

Tickets will be available nearer the production.