Productions

Here you will find a collection of The Saint's productions over the past 50 years. Each production gives you a brief synopsis of the play along with a collection of photos from the performance. The latest production will be displayed first, for past productions please use the menu on the right hand side.

On Air

London Suite

On Air adapted by Joe Landry

Performed: 13th - 17th May 2014
Director:  Mark Smither

An evening of radio including The Thirty Nine Steps

Inspired by Hitchcock's classic tale and performed as a live period radio play, this romantic thriller is a fast-paced ride through the signature world of the Master of Suspense. Richard Hannay is visiting 1930s London when he meets Annabella Smith, who is on the run from foreign agents, after a disturbance at a music hall. Later that night, Annabella is murdered and Hannay must then try to break the spy ring and prove his innocence. From an epic train chase to a feisty love interest, Hannay has his work cut out for him as he searches for the truth about The 39 Steps.

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London Suite

London Suite

London Suite by Neil Simon

Performed: 11th - 15th February 2014
Director:  Bill Parkinson

London Suite is set in the 1990s in a smart hotel in London.

In four scenes London Suite tells the stories of four groups of people staying in the same suite in a fashionable London hotel. Their situations, lives and problems make for a funny, touching and poignant play. One minute you laugh and the next you can be almost moved to tears. This is the skill of the great American playwright Neil Simon.

This is the third play in Simon's Suite series. The first, Plaza Suite was Bill Parkinson's directorial debut when it was performed in May 1990. More recently, Bill directed California Suite, which was the Saints Golden Anniversary production in October 2009.

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Sweeney Todd

Sweeney Todd

Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street by Christopher Bond

Performed: 8th - 12th October 2013
Director:  Mark Smithers

In the Victorian London, the barber Benjamin Barker is married to the gorgeous Lucy and they have a lovely child, Johanna. The beauty of Lucy attracts the attention of the corrupt Judge Turpin, who falsely accuses the barber of a crime that he did not commit and abuses Lucy later after gaining custody of her. After fifteen years in exile, Benjamin returns to London under the new identity of Sweeney Todd, seeking revenge against Turpin. He meets the widow Mrs. Lovett who is the owner of a meat pie shop who tells him that Lucy swallowed arsenic many years ago, and Turpin assigned himself tutor of Johanna. He opens a barber shop above her store, initiating a crime rampage against those who made him suffer and lose his beloved family.

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Next production

 

Our next production :-

 

May 21st to 25th 2019

 

Two One Act light comedies

Directed by Juliana Swain

 

"Funeral Tea"" by Pat Wilson


Featuring:-

Jan Eardley
Kate Hill
Ellie Hill
Jess Devine
Jayne Batstone


"Knightsbridge" by John Mortimer

 

Featuring:-

Jess Devine
John Pease
Lucinda Toomey
Paul Hayes