Photographs of our earlier productions (listed below) can be found on our gallery page.
Click on the project titles to the left for details, photographs and films.
'Life's A Beach'. The story of three generations of women running a local guest - house with a bunch of regulars and a hostile takeover bid from the Russian Mafia. This play was described as having 'Charm and wit' by the Guardian critic, Michael Billington.
'Pull For the Shore'. A musical set in Scarborough with a complex storyline involving a chip shop owners' relationship with his daughter, his estranged wife and the ghost of a lifeboat man from 1861.
'The Literary Life For Me'. a show, which covers the entire history of Literature from Stone Age to Space Age in 45 minutes.
Scarborough Literature Festival, 2009.
'Lady Lucky Bag'. An evening of five plays by local women writers, shown as part of 'The Long Week-End',
Scarborough Literature Festival, April 2010.
'Love, When It's Brass'. A show commissioned for the Arts Festival, Coastival 2. This production was written by Alison Watt to be performed in three different venues in Scarborough. Part One was performed at The Stephen Joseph Theatre, Part Two in the underground car park at The Palm Court Hotel and Part Three was performed in the Scarborough Town Hall Gardens.
Coastival 2, March 2011.
'Life Songs'. A production which celebrated the music of John Pattison, our resident composer and musical dircector. An ensemble of four singers and four musicians presented music and lyrics from a songwriting career that spans over three decades.
'Stalked by Flowers', a Comedy Thriller with specially filmed movie sections, which were projected with images 20 metres wide onto the walls of Scarborough Library.
'Coastival's Rather Splendid Day Out',