• We are now taking bookings for 2017 & 2018.
  • click on the image opposite for details of our current rural touring plays

How does it work?

We are totally self contained bringing our own lights and sound system and we are very used to working in whatever space is available in your venue (We know they come in all shapes and sizes). If you have a stage we may well use it but it is not essential. Normally we would like to arrive for set up about an hour and a half to two hours before the start time.

How much?

For 2017 we are charging an all in, no hidden extras fee, of £330 for A Bad Penny and £280 for What’s Good for The Goose? and The Last Run. As a guide, we have found that tickets are often sold at around £8 - £10 or more with food and or drink but of course this is entirely up to you.

What now?

If you or your committee feel you would like to give us a try or you would like to talk to us further or seek a recommendation from another village hall, theatre or association then please contact us.  Although weekends are most popular, we are available any day of the week.

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There are many small, fine touring companies now, offering original plays or new interpretations of classic drama. Day Star with its new work and stylistic acting and staging techniques is one of the most intriguing companies around. If they come your way, don’t miss them.”

The Granary Theatre, Wells -Next-The Sea

 

good for the goose
The last run
bad penny
daystar