Our Work


Summer Tour - 14,500 Audience - Robin Hood the Musical

We Performed at *Leeds Castle*Holkham Hall*Hatchlands*Mapledurham*Marks Hall*Norton Priory*Smallhythe*Alnwick Garden*Castle Howard*Sterts Theatre* and 49 other venues.

"…clever slyrics and chirpy tunes."  What’s on Stage ***

"Most enjoyable …colourful costumes …an extremely funny and lively family show."  The Stage ****


Winter Tour - 10,000 Audience - Wind in the Willows the Musical 

We Performed at *Walker Theatre*Greewich Theatre*Epsom Playhouse*Camberley Theatre*Buxton Opera House*Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds*Pitlochry Festival Theatre*Nottingham Playhouse* and 21 other venues.

"Enchanting …engaging …exciting ...sing along songs and a cracking good cast. 

"This is a company that understand their audience." Broadway Baby


Summer Tour - 11,250 Audience Alice The Musical 

We Performed at *Hatfield House*Leeds Castle*Holkham Hall*Buxton Opera House*The Crown Estate at Windsor*Caernarfon Castle*Castle Howard*Alnwick Garden*Trinity College Cambridge* and 36 other venues.

"Has the audience rolling around with laughter… 10 top things to do this summer." The Guardian

  Summer Tour - 12,750 Audience - Treasure Island the Musical

We Performed at *Castle Howard*Cawdor Castle*Chatsworth House*Epsom Playhouse*Fountains Abbey*Guildhall Arts Centre*Hatfield House*Holkham Hall*Kenton Theatre*The Crown Estate at Windsor* and 41 other venues

Upbeat, irreverent musical The Stage 2013***

…plenty for boys and girls. What’s on Stage ****

  Edinburgh Festival - 1,000 Audience - Wind in the Willows the Musical 

1000 tickets sold at 18 performances. 60% capacity.

"…lively and funny ...appeals to children and adults alike. " Edinburgh Reporter

…well crafted, beguiling, beautifully judged and has a joyous charm ...completely infectious.  Broadway Baby ****

  Summer Tour - 11,750 Audience - Sword in the Stone the Musical

We Performed at *Anglesey Abbey*Chatsworth House*Fountains Abbey*Ham House*Harewood House*Holkham Hall*Ickworth House*The Crown Estate at Windsor*Sissinghurst Castle*Waddesdon Manor*Waterperry Gardens*Woburn Abbey* and 35 other venues.

"Clever lyrics ...costumes are bold, full and in pristine condition." What’s on Stage 2012 ***

"The company worked together seamlessly …invigorating" The Stage 2012

                1,000 Audience - 15 Performances - Hard Times (Indoors)
We Performed at Mumford Theatre Cambridge*Alford Manor House*Harpenden Halls*Hawthorne Studio*Judge's Lodging*Limelight Theatre*Tameside Theatre*Towngate Theatre*Stackpole*Herstmonceux Castle*
2011 Summer Tour - 11,500 Audience - Wind in the Willows the Musical

"…perkily dramatized …lyrics are catchily set"  What’s on Stage ****

"...a laughter-filled treat from start to finish"  The stage

  Summer Tour 12,500 Audience - Sword in the Stone the Musical

We Performed at Peckover House*East Town park*Houghton Mill*Lyvedon New Bield*Oxburgh Hall*Polesdon Lacy*Whiffler Theatre*Wimpole Hall*Denver Windmill*Ickworth House*Castle park*Framlimgham Castle*Hatfield House*Hylands House*Cambridge Arts Theatre*

"...costumes are the best I’ve seen for a very long time ...as though they had jumped out of a picture book" What’s on Stage ****

  Short Run - 800 Audience - Merrily We Roll Along 

*Over Community Centre* Witchford Community College*Cambridge Drama Centre*

“brings tears to the eyes …bittersweet pleasure.” The Stage

  2,500 Audience - 10 Venues - Romeo and Juliet (Indoors & Open-Air)
We Performed at *Letchworth Arts Centre*Cambridge Drama Centre* Sawston Village Collage*Witchford Community College*Denver Windmill* Castle Rising Castle* 
  Summer Tour - 2,500 Audience Cider With Rosie (Six Eggs Productions Open-Air)

*The Orchard Grantchester* Girton College Cambridge* Houghton Mill*Ely Cathedral*

“...delightful…Rosie Humphreys’ sensitive direction ...comical and touchingThe Stage

  Short Run - 1,000 Audience - Twelfth Night (Six Eggs Productions Indoors)

We Performed at ADC Theatre Cambridge* St Paul's Millenium Festival*

"Bags of energy, beautiful music and newly-composed songs." Cambridge Evening News