• Main stage,  Past Production

    Drakul

    Southside’s October 2017 production was Drakul by John Heimbuch, directed by Steve Tanner. Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” is the quintessential vampire tale, and it created the most unforgettable horror icon in literature. Part charming aristocrat, part violent murderer, Count Dracula is a chilling combination of the…

  • Main stage,  Past Production

    William Shakespeare’s Land of the Dead

    Southside’s October 2015 production was William Shakespeare’s Land of the Dead by John Heimbuch, directed by Steve Tanner. Synopsis Southwark, 1599. At the opening night of Henry V, Shakespeare and The Chamberlain’s Men are visited by Sir Francis Bacon, who has…

  • Main stage,  Past Production

    Bedroom Farce

    Southside’s summer 2017 production was Bedroom Farce by Alan Ayckbourn, directed by Liz Steer. Synopsis Trevor and Susannah, whose marriage is on the rocks, inflict their miseries on their nearest and dearest.  Over one long Saturday night, they bring chaos to the…

  • Main stage,  Past Production

    The Importance of Being Earnest

    Southside’s February 2016 production was The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, directed by Anne Chester. Is the sober Ernest Worthing the upright gentleman he appears to be, or is he leading a double life and concealing a dark secret? His…

  • Main stage,  Past Production

    The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning

    Southside’s June 2016 production was The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning by Tim Price, directed by Leigh Crocombe. Winner of the inaugural James Tait Black Prize for Drama, the play is a true ensemble piece, that attempts to bring together the…

  • Main stage,  Past Production

    One Man, Two Guvnors

    Southside’s October 2016 production was One Man, Two Guvnors by Richard Bean, directed by Sabrina Luisi. One Man, Two Guvnors is based on the commedia dell’arte style comedy ‘Servant of Two Masters’, originally written in 1743.  Richard Bean’s adaptation retains the…

  • Main stage,  Past Production

    Time and the Conways

    Southside’s February 2017 production was Time and the Conways by J. B. Priestley, directed by Julie Weston. The year is 1919, and Kay Conway is celebrating her 21st birthday with a party. She and the rest of her family are eagerly…