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A hired dominatrix flees for her life through a hotel communicating door only to find herself 20 years in the past. 1996 Writers' Guild Award Winner - Best West End Play.
George Longford just wants a quiet life. He likes nothing better than an evening at home with his books, communicating by virtue of cutting-edge 1950's technology with his friend in the flat upstairs. One evening, he is visited by Cyrus Armstrong whose urbane manner barely conceals a powerful menace. Accusing George of harming his sister, Cyrus threatens extreme physical pain. It is only the arrival of Cyrus' mother which saves George. She cannot be more apologetic but the only way to be really safe is to get Cyrus far, far away...
"So I think it's fair to say that most women almost definitely do masturbate. We just wait to discuss it until we're in an oddly anonymous but public situation like this one." A funny, frank, and occasionally explicit insight into heterosexual female desire, read out loud by a man. Each show begins with a male comedian being given a script they have never seen before. They then go onto read said script for the first time live in front of an audience which explores what one woman thinks about when she thinks about sex and men.
When Chief Constable Bligh accompanies her friend Diane Tulliver home to Dysart Hall after a night at the opera they arrive to a horrifying scene. Diane's husband Paul has been shot dead and ex-convict Charley Mirren is standing over him bearing a gun. It appears to be an open-and-shut case for Jessica Bligh, but as she and her colleague Inspector Fremont probe further they discover all is not what it seems. Through a series of flashbacks and re-enactments of the events leading up to Paul's death, we soon find it is not just the murderer's identity that is in question.
The latest hilarious spoof from the originators of the West End and Broadway hit The 39 Steps. The ultimate in swashbuckling romance, the tale is one of rebellion, rascally acts and mistaken identity as our hero, British aristocrat Rudolph, finds he is the double of the dissolute crown prince of Ruritania.
This dark and imaginative adaptation follows sullen, lonely Mary Lennox across wild northern moors, creeping behind the locked doors of gothic Misselthwaite Manor to unearth hidden lives, lost loves and, of course, a secret garden.
Poor Tom Kerwood. All he wants to do is adopt a baby. So how does he end up with two illegal immigrants and a dead body? Blame his two brothers, Dick and Harry whose idea for helping Tom end up with Tom's marriage on the rocks, a death threat from the Russian mafia, a visit from the local police plus a first wife he never had - then it starts to get complicated!