Adapted by Tim Kelly

Based on the story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Directed by David Page



Holmes' most spine chilling mystery is placed in a modern setting in this version with suspense, humor and terror.


Sir Henry is heir to the vast Baskerville fortune, a legacy that comes with a family curse death at the fangs of a horror that prowls the moor. Only Holmes can stop the beast. While mysterious lights signal Baskerville Hall and the hound terrifies the countryside, the sleuthing begins and suspicion falls on sinister servants, butterfly collectors, ladies in distress and escaped convicts. Who wrote the letter that summoned the hound? Is Sir Henry's romance with the lovely Kathy doomed? Is the supernatural at work?


"Professional, witty, suspenseful...Conan Doyle would be pleased." - The Tattler


"Magnificent job of bringing the novel's characters to life...Great family entertainment." - The Desert Sun



by James Millar and Peter Rutherford

Directed by David Page

Musical Direction by Sarah Burrell

Choreography by Lindsey Wise

April 2015

A hilarious, and sometimes heart wrenching musical about love from both perspectives!



From the writers of The Hatpin, LOVEBiTES is a series of short stories about falling in love, catching one half of each couple in the instant that love strikes and then hearing from the other half about how it ended up, giving us a unique, hilarious and moving insight into the separate perspective of the two individuals who share it.



“Laughing one minute and wiping away a tear the next”

- The Sunday Telegraph





The Eight Reindeer Monologues

by Jeff Goode

Directed by David Page

Dec 2014

As Santa faces sex offence allegations, Christmas may never be the same again!!!

Find out from The Eight Reindeer who fly around the world as Santa delivers toys to all those girls and boys at Christmas time, just what he's really like.

How Rudolf got to lead the line that Foggy Christmas Eve, and just where did all those Elves, "Santa's little helpers" come from?

The Reindeer finally speak up and - believe us - they do not hold back!

"Wickedly Topical" - The New York Times "Brilliant." - Los Angeles Weekly "Delightful." - Chicago Sun-Times "Inspired." - Time Out New York




In Love and Warcraft

by Madhuri Shekar

Directed by David Page

Evie is a master of relationships. Other people’s relationships. That’s why she has a waiting list of classmate clients willing to pay her top dollar to get their GFs and BFs back. How? She uses strategy, finds people’s weaknesses, and then attacks with words weaponized with just the right amount of guilt, longing, and/or lust – whatever a relationship may need. You know, all the skills and tactics she picked up on the way to becoming one of the best World of Warcraft players in the world.

As for Evie’s relationships? IRL (that is, In Real Life)? Well, all the action she’s interested in is happening on the battlefields of WoW. When it comes to sex, Evie is a complete, er, N00b and she’s just fine with that, thanks. Even despite the advances of Raul? Beautiful, smoldering Raul? Rhymes-with-grrraul Raul? He may just prove to be the most devious Boss she’s ever faced.



The Regina Monologues

By Rebecca Russell and Jenny Wafer

Directed by David Page

Nov 2014



Three Catherines, two Annes and a Jane. Six women with one thing in common – marriage to a man called Henry - have passed into historical legend. Of course, it couldn’t happen these days...

Six modern women have also married one man. Their lives are both separate and intertwined as they tell their stories from a room in which they have all once lived. Their experiences – miscarriage, love affairs, betrayal, and a shared loathing of all things ginger – are portrayed with humour, pathos and a great deal of wine.

The plight of those sixteenth century women is personal, poignant and still relevant five hundred years on.


“Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived…”

Admired, vilified, de-humanised.




A Midsummer Nights Dream

By William Shakespeare

Directed by David Page

July 2014.


Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum - founded 1863 would later be renamed Broadmoor Hospital.

Treating hundreds of patients, many serial killers, schizophrenics, murderers, psychopaths, and many suffering from depression. Charles Bronson, Ronald Kray and Peter Sutcliffe where just a few of the patients to be treated at Broadmoor.

Treatments ranged from medication to electro shock treatment.

Dramatherapy was later introduced, and would see patients acting out Shakespeare's most loved plays.

In the mid to late 1900’s the RSC visited Broadmoor and performed for the patients.

A hospital-wide collaborative enterprise was activated. It involved staff, and called for advice and practical help from many patients.

Some actors, perhaps too apprehensive for their own safety, didn’t join in. Nor did every patient, for reasons un-recorded, want to see the plays.



CHAOS A New Musical

By James Millar and Peter Rutherford

Directed by David Page

April 2014


CHAOS is the tale of two men in different times with different lives; one afraid to leave the house, the other afraid to leave his community.

A series of seemingly random and occasionally chaotic events over thirty-five years ties the threads between their lives that form the portrait of a modern family. It is, loosely, an autobiographical story of actor and writer, James Millar, and his family with music by Australian composer and conductor, Peter Rutherford.


Directed by David Page

Musical Director - Peter Rutherford

Performed by The London Voice and Motion Theatre Company.



Production Photography by Roy Tan



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