Details of our current or next show are given below, along with a review of past shows - not for the last 90 years, sadly, but we are busy building up the archive!

Wind in the Willows

by  Jeremy Sams, Alan Bennett, 

Kenneth Grahame

This ingenious adaptation of the classic children's novel created a sensation at the National Theatre of Great Britain. Here are Badger, Rat, Mole and Toad of Toad Hall in the familiar tale with a contemporary slant. 


in the Stone-Age

An original panto


Iver’s award-winning amateur theatre company The Richings Players channelled their inner Fred and Wilma Flinstones for this spectacular pantomime, performed in January 2018, with “PANTO IN THE STONE-AGE” written by RP members David Bainbridge and Michael Lucas.

It’s the year 10,000BC and the Mayoress of Sandstone Hills is celebrating her birthday. Granny Granite is baking the perfect birthday cake but the Chief of Police and his two constables have an evil scheme to ruin the day. When the Mayoress falls dangerously ill, Granny Granite, her son Flint and their pet dinosaur must find an antidote and save the day.

David & Michael have previously written “The Jewel of Atlantis”, “Panto In The Jungle” and “Panto In Snowalot” for the Players and have since seen them performed by other amateur theatre groups in the UK as well as “Panto In The Jungle” being performed by a group in Canada.


David and Michael directed the show with Ley Dobson and Phoebe Pearson Hall as Choreographers and Toby Stafford-Allen as Musical Director.

Plaza Suite

Three linked plays by Neil Simon

Directed by Adrian Uzzell



A Little Box of Oblivion

Two - Directed by Jess Howard

Little Box of Oblivion - Directed by Howard Gibbs


Directed by Sophie Torrent

Choreography - Ley Dobson

Musical Director - Anne Torrent