Our next planned production is Jane Austen’s Emma adapted by Michael Bloom. Provisional dates are Tuesday 23rd – Saturday 27th February 2021.

At the moment we don’t know when theatres will be reopening, not do we have any guidance on how that will be managed. As soon as we know anything we will post it here.

“Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever, and rich, with a comfortable home and happy disposition…”We’re delighted to be able to bring you this delightful adaptation of arguably Jane Austen’s greatest novel.

Wilful, over-confident Emma; handsome, rational Mr Knightley, hypochondriac Mr Woodhouse, naive Harriet Smith, energetic and attractive George Churchill, mysterious Jane Fairfax, garrulous Miss Bates, the kindly Westons and the self-important Eltons – these are among the most vivid and universal characters in English fiction, vividly brought to life in this delightful adaptation.

Emma is Austen’s quintessential heroine, endlessly fascinating, wonderfully imperfect, but each character in this story of “3 or 4 families in a country village” is drawn from Austen’s deep understanding of humanity, its strengths and its foibles.

Tickets for Emma will be on sale when the theatres reopen.

The theatre applies a £1 booking fee for all transactions.