Nine characters in various poses, each sitting inside an open fronted box
Boxed In

Boxed In

by Rob Porter

Written by one of our own, group member Rob Porter, this brand new comedy follows the marketing team of packaging company Boxperts as they desperately try to put together a vital presentation. Team leader Laura is struggling to marshal the dubious talents of her colleagues while handling an out-of-touch boss, an ongoing feud with his obnoxious PA Felicity, and the unwanted attentions of a self-help guru. It's hardly surprising that she's too distracted to notice other schemes being put into motion. Can she get the presentation done in time, and even if she can, does Boxperts itself still have a future?


In the light of the current public health situation, and to help safeguard everyone's wellbeing, we have made the decision to postpone 'Boxed In' for the time being. It is our intention that, if at all possible, it will be the first production we perform once the crisis is over, so this is a postponement rather than a cancellation. Obviously we are unable at this time to predict when that will be, so we must beg you to bear with us patiently until we have definite news for you, at which point we will be in touch via the usual channels.

We're sorry to have to take this step, and we know some of you were keenly looking forward to the show, but we're sure you understand, and hope to resume something like normal service before too long. Until then, stay safe and well, and if you want to get in touch, we can still be reached by phone, text, e-mail or via Facebook.

Recent Productions:

Funny Money by Ray Cooney

Henry Perkins accidentally picks up a briefcase full of money, and chaos ensues.
Performed in November 2019 at the Studio.
Review of 'Funny Money'.

Summer Amusements

Three short comic plays by different authors.
Performed in August 2019 at the Studio.
Review of 'Summer Amusements'.

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie.

Ten strangers assemble on an island and are murdered one by one by an unknown assailant.
Performed in April 2019 at the Studio.
Review of 'And Then There Were None'.

The Vicar of Dibley by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter, adapted from the original TV series by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer.

The popular sitcom brought to life on stage.
Performed in November 2018 at the Studio.
Review of 'The Vicar of Dibley'.

See How They Run by Philip King

A wartime farce with too many clergy and not enough trousers!
Performed in August 2018 at the Studio.
Review of 'See How They Run'.

Full list of past productions.