15 - 20 January 2001
That Good Night
Norman James Crisp
A cantankerous, terminally-ill septuagenarian author has the opportunity to be reconciled with his long-abandoned son.
12 - 17 February 2001
A Party To Murder
Marcia Cash & Douglas E Hughes
Six people gather at a secluded cottage for a Halloween murder mystery weekend, but a real murder is not long in coming.
12 - 17 March 2001
While earning money as a house decorator, an out-of-work actor is drawn into a confrontation between a woman and her husband's lover.
23 - 28 April 2001
The Hand And The Word
Andrew & Lorraine Heard and Julian & Marie Brown
In 1820's Ireland, the inhabitants of a coastal village unite against a local villain suspected of murder.
Drama, 1-Act, First Performance Of A New Play
Adapted from the short story "The Hand And The Word" by Gerald Griffin. An animation film by Simon Grennan & Chris Sperandio.
23 - 28 April 2001
A young sculptor is preparing to meet both is fiancee's tyrannical father and a millionaire arts patron, when the lights in his flat fuse out.
(Previously produced in 1984)
4 - 9 June 2001
House On The Cliff
A paralysed woman who lives in a house reputed to be haunted is attended by a new doctor, and before long two people are murdered.
Adapted from the TV play "House On The Cliff" by George Batson & Donn Harmon.
9 - 14 July 2001
Three retired ladies continue claiming their recently deceased friend's pension, and realise that there's more where that came from.
3 - 8 September 2001
The Murder Game
With help from a stranger, a man murders his wife so that he can marry his lover, but the stranger returns later demanding an unusual payment for his assistance.
8 - 13 October 2001
Miss Roach's War
In 1943 England, a dowdy woman is befriended by a handsome American army officer and a beautiful German woman, but ends up being betrayed by both.
Adapted from the novel "The Slaves Of Solitude" by Patrick Hamilton.
12 - 17 November 2001
Biting The Bullet
When her husband of 32 years leaves her, a woman falls into despair at first, but then comes to realise that life still has plenty to offer.
10 - 15 December 2001
The Constant Wife
William Somerset Maugham
In 1927 London, a doctor's wife pretends to be unaware of her husband's love affair, then resumes a liaison with her own former lover.
(Previously produced in 1972)