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A Christmas Carol 2023

A new South West twist on the familiar Dickens filled with music and puppetry which ran at the Brewhouse for the Christmas season 2023.

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TREASURE ISLAND 2023

A rollicking return to the Valley of Rocks with an all-female ensemble who sang, fought, and adventured to find Captain Flint's buried gold. 

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ROSALIE 2023

Inspired by the extraordinary life of Rosalie Chichester, this new one-woman play toured in partnership with the National Trust starting at Arlington Court.

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LOUISA 2021

A true story of courage and community toured venues across the South West in partnership with the RNLI and with support from Arts Council England. 

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A Midsummer Night's Dream 2021

Things got groovy at the Valley of Rocks and beyond with our joyous adaptation of William Shakespeare's classic comedy filled with magic, madness and mayhem. 

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The Twelve Pound Look 2021

Our first studio performance and collaboration with Betwixt-and-Between, J.M.Barrie's short play opened the Exmoor Studios Dulverton, featuring the voice of national treasure Susan George. 

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LORNA DOONE 150 2019 

 

On the 150th anniversary of the publication of R.D. Blackmore's romance of Exmoor we commisioned and staged a new production written by Helena Stafford Northcote.

 
 
LEAR 2018

 
Shakespeare's greatest play on nature's greatest stage. The Valley became a matriarchal dystopia and LEAR railed upon the heath.


Lorna Doone 2017
 
Our first production using a combined professional and community cast. R.D. Blackmore's famous story set in the landscape that inspired it.
 
 
The Importance of Being Earnest 2017
 
Nothing could be more English than Oscar Wilde's timeless farce given a rugged makeover in the wilds of Exmoor.


Macbeth 2016
 
On Shakespeare's 400th anniversary year, we chose Macbeth for our first production as it's themes of greed and ambition have never been more timely.
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