Productions Booking Page


13-15 October 2021
Venue: Annabel's

Devised by Dauntsey's pupils, the idea for Perspective was formed from and driven by the Black Lives Matter movement. Our process began in 2020, following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, USA. With a mixture of case studies and dramatised scenes exploring relationships, language and how people view the world, the show explores the lives of a variety of people of different races, backgrounds and ages. Running time: approx 45mins. 

Director: Charlotte Saville


Tickets are free of charge but must be reserved online, using the links below. 

Wednesday 13th October 4.20pm (Prep)

Thursday 14th October 7.30pm 

Friday 15th October 7.30pm


COVID Policy

Given the relatively high amount of COVID circulating in the community at the moment, we are asking that anybody attending the performances of 'Perspective' takes a lateral flow test prior to arriving at the venue.  If you do not have any lateral flow tests, then test packs can be delivered to your home or collected from a local collection point.  Please refer to the details on the following website for further information: We strongly recommend hand sanitising prior to the show and the wearing of masks during the performance. Social distancing will be in operation at the venue and tickets are strictly limited to capacity of the venue. 

Legally Blonde

1 - 4 December 2021
Venue: Memorial Hall

A fabulously fun and international award winning musical based on the adored movie.  Lagally Blonde, The Musical, follows the transformation of Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes, snobbery, and scandal in pursuit of her dreams.

Director: Chris Walker




9 - 11 February 2022
Venue: Annabel's

In Halfacre's world a thank you goes a long way, but how far will he go to get the praise he needs?

Funny and bitter sweet, this new play written and directed by Matthew Herring takes a swipe at a nation's famous etiquette for over politeness and good manners and looks at what is stirring beneath the obsession with being sorry about everything!  Sorry for even bringing it up...

Director: Matthew Herring