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1987   (30th Year)

  • 84 CHARING CROSS ROAD – Directed by Gwyneth McCubbin  (13 performances 13–28/2/87). 
  • MURDER BY NATURAL CAUSES – Directed by Hilda Ortland  (13 performances 27/3–11/4/87). 
  • PRIDE AND PREJUDICE – Directed by Judith Muir  (13 performances 22/5–6/6/87). 
  • PACK OF LIES – Directed by Chris Waters  (13 performances 17/7–1/8/87). 
  • BENEFACTORS – Directed by Paul King  (13 performances 4–19/9/87). 
  • PASS THE BUTLER – Directed by Max Rackham  (13 performances 13–28/11/87). 


1988

  • NOISES OFF – Directed by Deborah Pelling  (13 performances 12–27/2/88).
  • THE FEET OF DANIEL MANNIX – Directed by Carolyn Gunn  (13 performances 15–30/5/88).
  • HOUSE GUEST – Directed by Len Wintour  (13 performances 3–18/6/88).
  • NO NAMES, NO PACK DRILL – Directed by Ray Russell  (13 performances 15–30/7/88).
  • BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS – Directed by Maurie Johns  (13 performances 2–24/9/88).
  • CONFUSIONS – Directed by Stephen Cummins  (13 performances 11–26/11/88).


1989

  • WHY ME – Directed by Judi Clark  (13 performances 10–25/2/89).
  • WINTER JOURNEY – Directed by Hilda Ortland  (13 performances 7–22/4/89).
  • DOUBLE TROUBLE – Directed by Judith Muir  (13 performances 2–17/6/89).
  • CHAPTER TWO – Directed by Graham Fletcher  (13 perfomances 21/7–5/8/89).
  • CRIMES OF THE HEART – Directed by Paul King  (13 performances 15–30/9/89).
  • ON THE RAZZLE – Directed by Ian Brown  (13 performances 1–16/12/89).  


1990

  • THE KINGFISHER – Directed by Hilda Ortland  (13 performances 16/2–3/3/90).
  • NIGHT MUST FALL – Directed by Len Wintour  (13 performances 20/4–5/5/90).
  • A MAJORITY OF ONE  – Directed by Graham Fletcher  (13 performances 15–30/6/90). 
  • THE DRESSER  – Directed by Gordon Dunlop  (13 performances 10–25/8/90). 
  • A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG – Directed by Stephen Cummins  (13 performances 5–20/10/90).
  • THIEVES' CARNIVAL – Directed by Ian Brown  (13 performances 23/11–8/12/90).


1991

  • TRIBUTE – Directed by Richard Keon  (13 performances 22/2–9/3/91).
  • THE RAINMAKER – Directed by Ray Russell  (13 performances 19/4–4/5/91).
  • I OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES – Directed by Ron Conroy  (13 performances 14–29/6/91).
  • MURDERER – Directed by Doug Bennett  (13 performances 9–24/8/91).
  • SISTERLY FEELINGS – Directed by Graham Fletcher  (13 performances 27/9–12/10/91).
  • DAYLIGHT SAVING – Directed by Barbara Bateman  (13 performances 22/11–7/12/91).

1992 

  • LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS – Directed by Hilda Ortland  (14 performances 21/2–7/3/92).
  • DANGEROUS CORNER – Directed by Paul King  (14 performances 24/4–9/5/92).
  • AS YOU LIKE IT – Directed by Sylvia Loader  (14 performances 19/6–4/7/92).
  • WOMAN IN MIND – Directed by Steve Cummins  (14 performances 7–22/8/92).
  • SPARE ME BLOOMIN’ DAYS – Directed by Trevor Bickerstaff  (14 performances 25/9–10/10/92).
  • THE SEAGULL – Directed by Gordon Dunlop  (14 performances 20/11–5/12/92).

1993

  • HOBSON’S CHOICE – Directed by Don Hammond  (13 performances 19/2–6/3/93).
  • FIVE FINGER EXERCISE – Directed by Ray Russell  (13 performances 23/4–8/5/93). 
  • AWAY – Directed by Paul King  (13 performances 18/6–3/7/93).
  • STEPPING OUT – Directed by Ron Conroy  (13 performances 6–21/8/93).
  • SAME TIME NEXT YEAR – Directed by Alan Burrows  (13 performances 24/9–9/10/93). 
  • LETTICE AND LOVAGE – Directed by Barbara Bateman  (13 performances 19/11–4/12/93).  


1994

  • THE FOX – Directed by Hilda Ortland  (13 performances 18/2–5/3/94).
  • WHAT THE BUTLER SAW – Directed by Liz Lipski  (13 performances 15–30/4/94).
  • EQUUS – Directed by Trevor Bickerstaff  (13 performances 17/6–2/7/94).
  • STAGE STRUCK – Directed by Steve Cummins  (13 performances 5–20/8/94).
  • I HATE HAMLET – Directed by Geoff Hickey  (13 performances 23/9–8/10/94).
  • PRIVATE LIVES – Directed by Gordon Dunlop  (13 performances 18/11–3/12/94).


1995

  • THE SERVANT – Directed by Ray Russell  (13 performances 17/2 to 4/3/1995).  
  • LIPSTICK DREAMS – Directed by Rod Nash  (13 performances 21/4 to 6/5/1995).
  • JOURNEY’S END – Directed by Ian Tweeddale  (13 performances 16/6 to 1/7/1995).
  • LEND ME A TENOR – Directed by Alan Burrows  (13 performances 4 to 19/8/1995).
  • ALL MY SONS – Directed by Ron Conroy  (13 performances 22/9 to 7/10/1995).
  • HAPPY BIRTHDAY – Directed by Bronwyn Thomas  (13 performances 17/11 to 2/12/1995).

 

1996


  • REBECCA – Directed by Hilda Ortland  (13 performances 16/2 to 2/3/1996).
  • DANCING AT LUGHNASA – Directed by Steve Cummins  (13 performances 12 to 27/4/1996).  
  • SHADOWLANDS – Directed by Don Hammond  (13 performances 7 to 22/6/1996).
  • CAGEBIRDS – Directed by Liz Lipski  (Workshop Production, one performance 17/7/96).
  • TIME AND THE CONWAYS – Directed by Gordon Dunlop  (13 performances 2 to 17/8/1996).
  • ECHOES – Directed by Trevor Bickerstaff  (13 performances 20/9 to 5/10/1996 plus 11/10/1996 at the Waverley Festival).  
  • A CHORUS OF DISAPPROVAL – Directed by Doug Bennett  (13 performances 15 to 30/11/1996).
     

1997   (40th Year)

  • TWO WEEKS WITH THE QUEEN – Directed by Liz Lipski  (13 performances 21/2 to 8/3/1997).
  • THE CREEPER – Directed by Ray Russell  (13 performances 25/4 to 10/5/1997).
  • ROMANTIC COMEDY – Directed by Shirley Fitch  (13 performances 27/6 to 12/7/1997).
  • THE FAMILY DANCE – Directed by Graeme Moore  (13 performances 29/8 to 13/9/1997).  
  • THE FANTASTICKS – Directed by Ron Conroy  (13 performances 31/10 to 15/11/1997).  


1998

  • A MONTH OF SUNDAYS – Directed by Trevor Bickerstaff  (13 performances 20/2 to 7/3/1998). 
  • THE WOMAN IN BLACK – Directed by Steve Cummins  (13 performances 1 to 16/5/1998).
  • DIAL ‘M’ FOR MURDER – Directed by Don Hammond  (13 performances 3 to 18/7/1998).
  • DEATH OF THE MAESTRO – Written and Directed by Horrie Leek  (13 performances 4 to 19/9/1998).
  • THE WISDOM OF EVE – Directed by Barbara Bateman  (13 performances 6 to 21/11/1998).
  • An Evening Of Mirth And Mystery: THE RATS – Directed by David Corben,  POMPADOUR – Directed by Hilda Ortland,  PIZZA MAN – Directed by Graeme Moore (4 performances 9 to 12/12/1998).