Hilarious and surreal, Roger McGough is a poet of many voices. Menace and melancholy there may be, but with plenty of his characteristic wit and wordplay too. We are delighted to welcome this most beloved of British poets to the Orange Tree, to read a selection of vintage, classic and surprising poems. The performance will be followed by a book signing.
Roger McGough's ...
Clair works in real estate.
Mike and Liz are selling.
James wants to buy.
He'll only deal with Clair.
Selling houses. It's not forever. Who knows what I'll do? Maybe make a killing and just... disappear. That's right. Vanish.
First seen thirty years ago at the Orange Tree Theatre, where several of Crimp's early plays ...
by J.M. Barrie Directed by Sally Halsey
J.M. Barrie's gentle fiction to mark 100 years since the end of WW1 Two one-act plays with The Great War and family relationships at their heart. In The Old Lady Shows her Medals an elderly woman with no family spontaneously 'adopts' a man about to go to the front. In A Well Remembered Voice a grieving ...
Comic Confusion in Kew
After announcing their exciting move to The National Archives earlier in the year, Q2 Players are pleased to announce details of their first production in their new prestigious location.
When mogul Bascom Barlow is embezzled out of a fortune by an artful employee, he risks losing not only the money but also his fearsome reputation. With ...
Christmas 2018 will see a traditional pantomime at Hampton Hill Theatre when Teddington Theatre Club presents Daniel Wain's
Panto's coming home. Oh yes it is! A fun-filled feast for all the family Book early for our wonderfully witty world premiere, packed with punch, puns, pies and panache! Will Dick find fame and fortune in old London Town...