We are a small Hull based theatre company.  

Our aim is to produce quality theatre with mainly new and original work, but also some less frequently performed classics, which will appeal to local audiences.  

Our members work in diverse ways in the performing arts in Hull and we give opportunities to perform and to participate in productions to local performing arts students.  

We are not out to make a profit, but to generate enough income to ensure that our productions are of a high standard and are seen by as many people as possible.  

Our core company members have many years’ experience in writing, directing, performing and producing.  


On The Edge toured locally and at the Edinburgh Fringe.  


The Last Leviathans toured to Grimsby Fisheries Museum, Ferens Live Arts Space, Spa Brid, Hull Trinity House Academy and other city venues.  


May:  Film Noir at Assemble fest;   October/November:  The Clapham Girls’ War toured to Kingston Theatre Hotel, Holy Trinity Church, a barn at Westmere Farm, Kilnsea (100 people in audience),  Hornsea Floral Hall, Brid Spotlight theatre, NAPA, Kardomah 94 on 10 and 11 February 2015.  

"Packed with social change, songs and humour – poignant and sharply funny – brought vividly to life – immensely moving."  

Will Ramsey Hull Daily Mail


Barrie Wheatley has also written HERO, published by Kingston Press, Love From DustyThe Man Who Made DraculaBlue Skies, commissioned by Hull Library Services, Talking To Lisa TIE commissioned by Hull SS Dept. and Kerouac And All That Jazz  

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