Proudly presenting our season of short plays and live music in a licensed cabaret setting. Enjoy our “full array” stagefront table, wine and platter package, or from the comfort of the auditorium seats. Plays include David Tristram’s hilarious “What’s For Pudding” where Mary and Jack's dull Saturday evening is interrupted by the arrival of Maureen, Ted and Dennis.
The occasion rapidly dissolves into a drunken gathering as Ted's intellect is likened to that of a paper clip, Maureen, his wife, reveals a liking for Jack, and Jack rapidly cultivates a taste for pouring whisky over his head. Plus George MacEwan Green’s “Sequence Of Events” where a hangman, a prostitute, a murderer and murderer's stricken parents are the ingredients in this taut drama. In a fascinating chopped time sequence they spin a strange web of sex and death.