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“By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes…"


Three figures meet. They know things; far more than the average man. The things they have seen, have done…but tonight…tonight they will create their greatest progeny and release hell itself…


Using the original language in combination with traditional Celtic music played live, choral song and modern characterisation, this beautiful one-act adaptation will captivate audiences of all ages.


St Botolph's Church, Steyning, West Sussex

Friday 21st July, 7.30pm (doors open 7pm)

The Hawth Theatre, Crawley, West Sussex

Saturday 22nd July, 7pm (open air performance)

St Wilfrid's Chapel, Church Norton, Selsey, West Sussex

Sunday 23rd July 3pm & 7pm

Church of St Mary Magdalene, Tortington, West Sussex

Thursday 27th July 7.30pm

Church of St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex

Friday 28th July, 7.30pm (doors open 7pm)

St Leonard-at-the-Hythe, Colchester, Essex

Saturday 29th July, 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm)


Please note that due to urgent restoration work needed at this church we have sadly had to cancel this production. Little Bromley church is the nearest alternative venue.


Church of St Mary the Virgin, Little Bromley, Essex

Tuesday 1st August, 7.30pm (doors open 7pm)

Church of St Mary the Virgin, Fordwich, Kent

Wednesday 2nd August, 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm)

Church of St Peter & St Paul, Albury Park, Albury, Surrey

Friday 4th August, 7.30pm (doors open 7pm)

St Mary's Church, Higham, Kent

Saturday 5th August, 7pm (doors open 6.30pm)

Ernest is Jack. Ernest loves Gwendolen but she doesn’t know he’s Jack. Algernon is also Ernest but he loves Cecily. Both Cecily and Gwendolen are particularly fond of the name Ernest, which is good for Ernest but is a problem for both Jack and Algernon. Then there’s Gwendolen’s mother and Algernon’s aunt, Lady Bracknell. She disapproves. Of everything mostly…except cucumber sandwiches…


Performed by just 3 actors, this “Trivial Comedy for Serious People” will be a fast-paced, one-act adaptation that will truly demonstrate, as Algernon/Ernest observes “the truth is rarely pure and never simple.”


The Importance of Being Earnest-Oscar Wilde

Friday 8th September

7pm (doors open at 6pm)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

To see a rabbit is nothing remarkable… To hear it comment upon the time is quite remarkable… To follow it down a rabbit-hole into a strange new world not knowing how you’ll get out again is something extraordinarily remarkable indeed!


This is my Theatre invite you to join them for a trip into this well-loved tale, based upon the original novel written by Lewes Carroll and specially adapted for the stage. With live music and characters you won’t forget, Alice’s Adventure’s in Wonderland will engage and delight audiences of all ages.


Saturday 9th September

2pm (doors open at 1pm) & 6pm (doors open at 5pm)

We will be previewing our adaptation of

Shakespeare's The Tempest

as part of Brighton Fringe 2017!!


Performances at "little" St Peter's, Preston Drove (Next to Preston Manor), Brighton


Saturday May 6th 7.30pm

Saturday May 13th 7.30pm

Wednesday May 24th 7.30pm

Friday June 2nd 7.30pm

(Doors open at 7pm)


Brighton Fringe Box Office

Tel: 01273 917272




School workshops are available to accompany this production. To find out more and book yours today, email Sarah: