Season 2013-2014

Main Stage

Crime & Punishment

Crime & Punishment

Fyodor Dostoevsky

Miles Jenner

12 - 19 October

Adapted by Marilyn Campbell and Curt Columbus

Followed by afterpiece Polly Honeycombe


Polly Honeycombe

Polly Honeycombe

George Colman

Miles Jenner

12 - 19 October

An afterpiece performed after Crime & Punishment


The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

C. S. Lewis

Tim Rowland and James Firth-Haydon

30 November - 7 December

Adapted by Glyn Robbins

Double bill with Gosforth's Fete


Gosforth's Fete

Gosforth's Fete

Alan Ayckbourn

Adrian Bowd and Keith Gilbert

30 November - 7 December


My Boy Jack

My Boy Jack

David Haig

Micheal Turner

1 - 8 February

This moving fact based drama traces the effect on the Kipling family of the death of their only son in the First World War. It is particularly poignant and appropriate as 2014 is the 100th Anniversary of the beginning of that conflict.


Richard III

Richard III

William Shakespeare

Nicholas Betteridge

29 March - 5 April


Enjoy

Enjoy

Alan Bennett

Derek Watts

24 - 31 May

In this bleakly comic modern classic, written in 1980, Bennett foresees the advent of the heritage industry and celebrity television shows. Wonderfully funny, it is also strange, sad and disturbing.


Time of My Life

Time of My Life

Alan Ayckbourn

Gini Comyns

19 - 26 July

Do we ever know we may be having the time of our life, or can it only be judged retrospectively?


Extras

Dostoyevsky lecture

Dostoyevsky lecture

Dr Sarah J Young

20 September

As a prelude to Crime & Punishment in October, Dr. Sarah J Young of University College London, UK representative on the International Dostoyevsky Society will lecture at the theatre.


Under the Greenwood Tree

Under the Greenwood Tree

Thomas Hardy

17 - 23 December

Adapted by Jack Shepherd

Visiting production - Presented by The Players Collective


The Day of The Battle

The Day of The Battle

Mike Turner

Kate Turvey

17 May

Lewes Theatre Club’s contribution to Lewes’ 1264 Battle of Lewes celebrations.

The play will be performed out of doors in three locations in Lewes on 17 May


Café Sunday: Ernie's Incredible Illucinations

Café Sunday: Ernie's Incredible Illucinations

Alan Ayckbourn

8 June

Ernie's concerned parents take him to see a doctor about his 'illuminations', but are they really all in his mind?

Presented by the Youth Theatre with a selection of other pieces.

Followed by Café Sunday Tea for those who want it.