Past Shows

2019

Hamlet

Dark shadows hang over Denmark…
King Hamlet has died recently and a restless ghost is haunting the castle.

Find out more about our Summer 2019 production of Hamlet, including photos, a cast list and Director’s notes.

The Comedy of Errors

In the busy port of Ephesus, we encounter some extremely strange behaviour – and perhaps a song or two…

Find out more about our Summer 2019 production of The Comedy of Errors, including photos, a cast list and Director’s notes.

Abyss

A new piece of writing comissioned for PSF 2019, Abyss is a collision of past and present inspired by the life, poetry and death of Lizzie Siddal.

Find out more about our Summer 2019 production of Laura Turner’s Abyss, including photos, a cast list and Writer’s notes.

2018

Henry V

Shortly after he has become king, Henry V seeks advice from the Church regarding his claim to rule France as well as England.

Find out more about our Summer 2018 production of Henry V, including photos, a cast list and Director’s notes.

The Taming of the Shrew

The Shrew’s Tavern is poised for a big night. Landlady Babs is waiting for a wedding party to arrive: her mate Sal’s daughter Megan is getting married to Ben.

Find out more about our Summer 2019 production of The Taming of the Shrew, including photos, a cast list and Director’s notes.

2017

The Buried Moon

Playwright Laura Turner uses a 21st century Lincolnshire setting to reimagine the relationship between Miranda and Caliban, charting its twists and turns.

Find out more about our Summer 2017 production of this exciting and original work.

As You Like It

“Under the greenwood tree, who loves to lie with me…”

When the banished Rosalind abandons her female form to escape Court, where else should she run to but “Arden-Fest” deep in a forest steeped in mystery, symbolism and mythology.

Find out more about our 2017 Glastonbury inspired production of As You Like It, including photos, a cast list and Director’s notes.

Shakespeare's Lost Women

A PSF world premiere, Shakespeare’s Lost Women charmingly tells, through dialogue and song, the stories of some of the Bard’s forgotten female characters. 

Find out more about our Summer 2017 production of this one -woman tour de force.