Following a recent victory in battle, Macbeth comes across three witches who predict he will become the King of Scotland. When he tells his ambitious wife about this, a plan is hatched to invite the current monarch to their home and murder him.
Driven mad by what he has done Macbeth must battle with his conscience. Come along to this bloodthirsty tale of witchcraft and war.
All tickets only £22.80
The Jungle Book is the much-loved story of Mowgli the boy raised by wolves, that takes an unexpected turn when the tiger Shere Khan vows to hunt him down because he is human.
Mowgli's family decide it would be better for him to go back to the nearest village and he sets off with panther Bagheera. Along the way he comes across the bear Baloo who teaches him what family means.
Using traditional Indian music, puppets and a lot of fun, this family-friendly treat of a show is perfect for kids both little and big. (3+)
When Jack calls on his good friend, Algernon, to inform him that he plans to marry Algernon's cousin, it sets in motion the fabulously funny far-fetched events of An Importance of Being Earnest.
Laugh along as the beloved characters escape London for the freedom of the countryside, this hilarious classic tale of crazy lovers and crossed identities is the perfect ticket for a warm summers evening. (13+)
When Peter Pan flies into the nursery of the Darling house in search of his shadow he accidentally wakes Wendy and her brothers, Michael & John. When they discover that he can fly and comes from a magical place called Neverland they beg him to let them go with him and that is where the magic begins.
Join the boy who wouldn't grow up as he flies between worlds, saves a princess, battles pirates and ultimately learns what it means to find a home. Peter Pan is the perfect antidote to adulthood. After all, who really wants to grow up? (5+)
"To be or not to be, that is the question."
Having been summoned back to Denmark for the funeral of his father, The King, Hamlet discovers his uncle Claudius has stolen for the throne for himself and married his Mother.
Having had his throne stolen from underneath him, Hamlet must now discover to truth about his father's murder to claim what is rightfully his.