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    The Final Test Match between South Africa in 2000 was a match that was mired in controversy and formed part of the mix-fixing scandal surrounding the then SA cricket Captain, Hansie Conje. Centurion is a dramatised version of the events which eventually turned the match into one of the most notorious cricket matches ever.

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  • JULIUS CAESAR – A Potted Shakespeare

    An accessible version of Shakespeare’s play. Written in a straightforward language, it provides a condensed version of the play which may be suitable for younger audiences. The play contains 15 roles, but it may be performed with doubling with about 10 actors.

    Easy to stage and with no complex elements.

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    The famous story by Alexander Dumas takes a lurch in the direction of Pantomime as young d’Artagnan seeks to become a Musketeer, but is thwarted all the way along by his Mother, Dame Daphne d’Artagnan who has followed him to Paris. With a foe in the shape of the formidable Cardinal Richlieu, will d’Artagnan achieve his dreams? Will the Queen ever find her golden pear earrings and will the Three Musketeers ever stop saying ‘All For One and One For All’?

    All this and plenty more in this madcap version of the classic story.




    A new take on the classic story of Dorothy Gale and her adventures. Frustrated with her school days and bored of life at home with her Aunt and Uncle, Dorothy is caught in a cyclone which whisks her and Toto away to the Land of Oz. Here she encounters the dance-crazy Munchkins,  the Wicked Witch of the West and the Good Witch of the South West (who rather resembles her school cook). She meets new friends; a scarecrow, who tells awful jokes, a tin man who is found at a rubbish tip and a lion who bears a passing resemblance to her headmaster. As the gang all try to make their way to meet the Great Oz so he can help make their wishes come true, they are hampered by Flying Monkeys (John, Paul, George and Ringo) and the Wicked Witch’s Winkie army!

    Once in the Emerald City they have one final hurdle to leap as they battle the Wicked Witch of the West! Will Dorothy make it home? Will the Scarecrow tell a funny joke? Will Toto be saved from the Winkies, and who really is the Great Oz? All is revealed in this fun packed adventure pantomime!