• The Children by Lucy Kirkwood

2020

  • On Golden Pond by Ernest Thompson

  • A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller

  • A Sense of Place - Devised by the Kelvin Players (Rose Bowl - Best Dramatic Production)

  • The Beaux' Stratagem by George Farquhar (Rose Bowl - Costume - Chrissy Fryers)

  • Dinner by Moira Buffini

2017

  • Lilies on the Land Devised by The Lion's Part

  • All My Sons by Arthur Miller (Rose Bowl - Best Actress: Jacqs Graham - Best Dramatic Production (Dir. Mary McCallum))

  • Pornography by Simon Stephens

  • Roald Dahl's James & the Giant Peach adapted by Richard R George (Rose Bowl Award for Creativity & Design)

  • Proof by David Auburn

2014

  • The Shakespeare Revue by Christopher Luscombe and Malcolm McKee

  • Vincent In Brixton by Nicholas Wright - (Rose Bowl - Best Actress: Claire Vincent)

  • Double Bill:

  • Chicken Shed ReUnited by Craig Malpass

  • TV Times by Chris Adams

  • Present Laughter by Noël Coward

  • Robin Hood & The Babes in the Wood

2011

  • The Flint Street Nativity by Tim Firth

  • Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmund Rostand

  • Parlour Song by Jez Butterworth (Rose Bowl - Best Male Actor: Sam Grayston)

  • Road by Jim Cartwright

  • The Father by Florian Zeller (Rose Bowl - Best Female Actor: Fiona McClure)

2019

  • Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol adapted by Neil Bartlett

  • Noël Coward's Brief Encounter adapted by Emma Rice

  • Di and Viv and Rose by Amelia Bullmore

  • The Secret Rapture by David Hare

  • Black Box Production:
    The River by Jez Butterworth
    Orphans by Dennis Kelly

2016

  • A Month of Sundays by Bob Larbey (Rose Bowl  - Best Dramatic Production (Susanne Lawrence, Director))

  • No Way Out (Huis Clos) By Jean Paul Sartre Translation by Frank Hauser

  • Canterbury Tales by Phil Woods and Michael Bogdanov

  • Jerusalem by Jez Butterworth

  • Double Bill:

  • Better the Devil by Alex Needham

  • The Lover by Harold Pinter

2013

  • Jack Lear by Ben Benison

  • The Sea by Edward Bond

  • The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh

  • Brimstone & Treacle by Dennis Potter (Rose Bowl - Best Actor : Adam Church - Best Dramatic Production (Alex Needham, Director))

  • The Shape of Things by Neil LaBute

  • Cut by Chris Adams (Bristol One Act Festival Winner)

2010

  • Going Postal by Terry Pratchett

  • The Effect by Lucy Prebble

  • Anne Boleyn by Howard Brenton (Rose Bowl - Best Dramatic Production)

  • Knowledge and a Girl by Howard Barker

  • The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler

2018

  • Abigail's Party by Mike Leigh

  • Cardenio by William Shakespeare, John Fletcher, Gregory Doran & Antonio Alamo (Rose Bowl - Best Shakespeare)

  • Glory Dazed by Cat Jones

  • Tartuffe by Moliere. Translated by Martin Sorrell (Rose Bowl - Best Supporting Actress: Fiona McClure:

  • Black Box Production:
    Make Yourself Comfortable by Mat Rees (Bristol One Act Drama Festival - Best Actor: Dominick Fanning - Best Supporting Actor: Rick Procter)

  • Three Short Pieces by Samuel Beckett: Come & Go, Ohio Impromptu and That Time 

  • Ghosts of Bedlam by Arthur Aldrich

2015

  • The Hothouse by Harold Pinter

  • Arcadia by Tom Stoppard - (Rose Bowl - Best Supporting Actress: Dani Wiley)

  • Ladies' Day by Amanda Whittington

  • A Man for All Seasons by Robert Bolt - (Rose Bowl - Best Actor: David Alexander - Best Dramatic Production (Jonny Wilkinson, Director))

  • Natural Causes by Eric Chappell

2012

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