history:Ruth Mackenzie, Martin Duncan & Steven Pimlott

Ruth Mackenzie, Martin Duncan and Steven Pimlott. Photo: Pete Jones, 2004.


Festival Theatre:

The Gondoliers – book & lyrics by W S Gilbert, music by Arthur Sullivan

The Merchant of Venice – William Shakespeare

The Water Babies – version by Gary Yershon, lyrics & music by Jason Carr (based on The Water Babies by Charles Kingsley)

The Seagull – Anton Chekhov (version by Phyllis Nagy, based on a literal translation by Helen Molchanoff)


Nathan the Wise – Gotthold Lessing (version by Edward Kemp)

Holes in the Skin – Robert Holman

The Coffee House – Rainer Werner Fassbender

Caffé – Goldoni (version by Jeremy Sams)

I Caught My Death In Venice – Martin Marquez & John Marquez


Festival Theatre:

Out of this World – music & lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Dwight Taylor & Reginald Lawrence

A Midsummer Night’s Dream – William Shakespeare

Just So – music by George Stiles, book & lyrics by Anthony Drewe, inspired by the stories of Rudyard Kipling

The Master and Margarita – Mikhail Bulgakov (version by Edward Kemp)


Three Women and a Piano Tuner – Helen Cooper

Seven Doors – Botho Straus, version by Jeremy Sams

Cruel and Tender – Martin Crimp

Doctor Faustus – Christopher Marlowe


Festival Theatre:

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying – music & lyrics Frank Loesser, version by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock & Willie Gilbert

Scapino or The Trickster – Les Fourberies de Scapin by Molière (version by Jeremy Sams)

The Government Inspector – Nikolai Gogol (version by Alistair Beaton)

5/11 – Edward Kemp


King Lear – William Shakespeare

Six Pictures of Lee Miller – music & lyrics by Jason Carr

The Scarlet Letter – Phyllis Nagy