Our productions

Since 15th May 1989 we have written and produced original dramas exploring themes as diverse as Teenage pregnancy, The Holocaust, Gun-crime, Social History, Diabetes, Accident prevention, Reminiscence, The Holocaust, Domestic Violence – even a musical about Football!

Here’s a selection of what we have achieved.

Woman On Fire

an original play that will take you into the fiery heart of one of the most dangerous women, in history. Ruthless terrorist or impassioned freedom fighter?

This original, dynamic solo-performance lets you decide.

WOMAN ON FIRE will take you back in time to experience one suffragette’s fiery journey fighting for women’s right to vote – A journey that will take you from Preston to Manchester – London to Glasgow and back.

Discover the turbulent history of the suffrage movement through the eyes and life of unsung suffragette Mrs Edith Rigby – mild-mannered doctor’s wife, with a secret identity – that of arsonist, bomber and militant suffragette.

Claire Moore as Edith Rigby
Gun in hands

Underworld

an original play focusing on issues around gun culture – By turns humorous, violent, passionate and lyrical – UNDERWORLD examines the place of loyalty, love and sacrifice in a world of violence, greed, corruption and murder.

Performed at The Zion Arts Centre, Manchester, extracts were filmed for video and used to explore the issues of Gun Crime with Young people in Manchester.

‘Legend’ The Tom Finney Story

The Story of A Man
A Town
A Team
And a Dream!

LEGEND – The birth of a Football Musical 

As far as we know, this was the first ever full-length musical about football. Taking over a year to research, write and produce, ‘LEGEND’ tells the story of one of the game’s all-time greats, Sir Tom Finney and the fans upon whom he had such an unbelievable impact.


‘LEGEND’ is so much more than a musical about football. It is the story of Preston itself and the dreams of ordinary people played out on the Deepdale pitch – every other Saturday. It is also the story of the ‘under-dog’ – Finney was thought too small to make it – and of how passion and commitment can overcome even the greatest obstacles to our dreams.

Claire Moore as Edith Rigby
Radio Romance Teen pregnancy play poster

Radio Romance

an original play focusing on teenage pregnancy.

What if Romeo and Juliet had lived? Can true-love transcend real life? A life of thwarted ambition, financial hardship and  dirty nappies.

 

This original drama written in verse captivated young audiences across the UK.

Children of The Wolf

A hard-edged, pacey thriller examining the legacy of Fascism.

In his study at a provincial, German University, Professor Wolf Kruger awaits the arrival of Anya Rosenberg, a young Jewish researcher who claims to wish to interview him about his new book ‘Children of The Wolf.’ Outside, beneath Kruger’s window Neo-Nazis rally, clashing in confrontation with left-wing opponents. As the conflict intensifies below his window, Kruger checks the war-time revolver in his desk. If Anya is who he thinks she is – he will have to use it!

As a game of cat and mouse begins, long buried bitter issues of tyranny and racial hatred begin to surface, reaching their climax in a soul-shattering conclusion.

Gallery

Scene from dvdrama The Knot
Wonderstuff a play about drug abuse
Radio Romance play
Lady In red
Woman on Fire Edith Rigby
dvdrama The Knot
Norman Cave as Tom Finney
The Ballad of Andrew Ryding
The Bells of Freedom

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