Molly Sweeney (STUDIO) by Brian Friel - 20 to 23 Feb ’19

This play by one of Ireland’s foremost playwrights tells the story of Molly, a woman who has been blind from infancy, who undergoes an operation intended to restore her sight. We hear the story from the perspectives of Molly, her husband Frank, and the surgeon Paddy Rice, as three interwoven monologues that together form a powerful drama underscoring the connection between vision and understanding. Beautifully observed, this most thought-provoking play packs a huge dramatic and emotional punch.

        Licensed by arrangement with The Agency, 24 Pottery Lane, Holland Park, London W11 4LZ, info@theagency.co.uk  

A View From The Bridge by Arthur Miller - 09 to 16 Mar ’19

Eddie Carbone is an Italian longshoreman in the New York docks. He agrees to shelter his wife’s cousins, Marco and Rodolpho, who arrive as illegal immigrants from Sicily. When his wife’s young niece, Catherine, falls for Rodolpho, Eddie’s jealousy and obsession lead to an unforgivable crime against his family and the Sicilian community with tragic results. Classic Arthur Miller, this compelling drama is loosely based on a real-life incident. 

                                   This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Limited  

Chads Youth Production of The  Wardrobe by Sam Holcroft - 4th to 6th April '19

A gripping journey through British history that shows how our country was shaped and how connected we are with our past.
Across seven centuries, small groups of children seek sanctuary in the same solid old wardrobe. 
It’s the safest place they know
 – but is it safe enough?
 Sam Holcroft’s play The Wardrobe was commissioned as part of the 2014 National Theatre Connections Festival

                                  This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Nick Hern Books

Communicating Doors by Alan Ayckbourn - 18 to 25 May ’19

An ingenious comic thriller from the pen of our most prolific playwright whose work has been regularly performed on the Chads stage. Set in a hotel suite, the action moves backwards and forwards through time in two twenty year intervals. Can potential murder victims be saved by rewriting the past? What can Poopay Dayseer, a professional dominatrix, do to save herself from the murderous Julian and prevent the murders of Reece’s two wives? Ayckbourn at his most inventive.

          This amateur production of “Communicating Doors” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH Ltd