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Our mission is to develop original new theatre shows that: “challenge preconceptions in an entertaining way.”

In May of 2022, we will launch our new play A Question of Errol Flynn.

To celebrate, we will be having a Gala UK Premiere night where you will be able to rub shoulders with the stars of the show, sip a glass of bubbles, and meet some top business people in the area  – booking opens soon.

In tandem with this, we are pleased to be working in association with Anglia Care Trust, Turning Point, Iceni, and Lighthouse Charities to provide FREE workshops for recovering addicts to explore their own creativity. The results will be filmed for upload to YouTube performed by our actors. We have been generously supported by the IPSWICH BOROUGH COUNCIL – SEEDS FOR CHANGE FUND. We are also glad to have aboard Film Students from University of Suffolk who will be digitally capturing the play for worldwide streaming. Thanks to Jack Burman for facilitating this. Thanks are due to Andrew Lynford Casting CSA for advising us on casting.

 

In 2019, we successfully toured the UK premiere of Come Dance With Me. A play about ballroom dance with Arts Council and Lottery Support. It was patroned by Len Goodman and choreographed by celebrity Strictly choreographer, Richard Marcel. We plan to revive the show in late 2022/2023.

If you’d like to support either production, our donate button is at the bottom of this page.

You can see who we've worked with near you that you might know for a reference by browsing our hierarchical portfolio directory below. For theatre company, cities we serve include Alresford, Botesdale, Bramford, Brightlingsea, Capel Saint Mary, Clacton-on-Sea, Colchester, Debenham, Dovercourt, East Bergholt, Elmswell, Felixstowe, Framlingham, Frinton-on-Sea, Great Bentley, Great Horkesley, Hadleigh, Harwich, Ipswich, Kesgrave, Little Clacton, Manningtree, Mistley, Needham Market, Rowhedge, Saint Osyth, Shotley Gate, Stowmarket, Walton-on-the-Naze, Wattisham, West Mersea, Wickham Market, Wivenhoe, Woodbridge, and Woolpit.