Current & Upcoming Shows

No one wants to consummate their marriage in their childhood bedroom.

This Spring, DramSoc presents ‘All in Good Time’, written by Bill Naughton and directed by our very own Harriet Powell.

This innuendo-laden comedy focuses on marriage and relationships. Money is tight, and newlyweds Arthur and Violet have been forced to move in with his parents.

Needless to say, spicing things up in the bedroom can be difficult when you can hear your father-in-law is snoring through the walls and the whole neighbourhood is sticking their noses in.

All In Good Time

All In Good Time


DramSoc’s autumn term studio play is ‘Confusions’ (five interlinked short plays) by Alan Ackbourn.

Come and join us on stage for a comedic insight into what happens when communications break down.

The Show will be in the UCH, but please let us know if you require disabled access. Doors will open at 7:00pm and the show will commence at 7:30pm, there will be a short interval during this production.




Based on Agatha Christie’s best-selling novel, ‘And Then There Were None’ tells the story of ten strangers invited to an island for various reasons by a mysterious host. One by one, they start dying in accordance with a nursery rhyme. Their host seems to have plans for them all…

Join DramSoc for this autumn’s main show – And Then There Were None.

Directed by Ansh Bhatnagar and Olivia Revans.
Produced by India Marsden and Mary Davis.

Doors open at 7pm, show starts promptly at 7:30pm.


Wednesday 7pm:

Thursday 7pm:

Friday 7pm:

Saturday 7pm:

And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None