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Simon has been involved in 0 RDG productions. Listed below are the productions we have in our online database where Simon has a credit of any kind.

9 TO 5: The Musical

177th Production. Three unlikely friends take control of their office and learn there is nothing they can’t do, even in a man’s world. 9 To 5: The Musical, with music and lyrics by Dolly Parton an... about 3 years ago

Alice In Wonderland Junior (Disney's)

Based on the 1951 Disney film, this timeless Lewis Carroll classic continues to enchant young and old alike as they follow the advantures of Alice as she meets up with the Mad Hatter, the White Rab... about 7 years ago

All that JazZ - an A - Z of Musicals

All that JazZ (an A to Z of Musicals) The musical romp through the alphabet is fast approaching and so I set out below the programme for you all to digest. This is what we hope will be the final ... over 8 years ago

Almost Nothing (Festival)

Antonio and Sara are being playful as they prepare to go to bed, but they cannot ignore what lurks outside. In a world where a life can mean almost nothing, just how far does one have to go to keep... over 2 years ago

The Beggar's Opera

179th Production. The Beggar’s Opera transports us to a grubby London in the eighteenth century. It’s a world of dashing Highwaymen and women of easy virtue. The pulsating score with lilting folk m... over 2 years ago

The Birthday Party

Setting - A seaside boarding house. Period 1958 Two sinister strangers arrive at a run-down boarding house enquiring about Stanley Webber, an erstwhile piano player, on the eve of his birthday. S... almost 8 years ago

Brighton Beach Scumbags (Festival)

Brighton Beach Scumbags explores the lives of two foul mouthed sets of couples- Derek and his wife Dinah and Dave and his wife Doreen. Both couples have travelled from Essex to enjoy a day at the b... over 1 year ago

Calendar Girls

168th production. This play has been specially picked for our November 2012 production at the Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking. The RDG committee has decided that it would make a most fitting tribute to... about 6 years ago

Crazy For You

171st Production Set in New York and Deadrock, Nevada in the 1930’s. Bobby Child works under the thumb of his overbearing mother in banking but dreams of a life in show business. His attempts to i... about 5 years ago

The Crucible

The Salem Witches Early in 1692, in the small Massachusetts village of Salem, a number of girls fall ill, victims of hallucinations and seizures. In extremely religious Puritan New England, such f... about 9 years ago

Definitely The Bahamas (Festival)

Our entry in the October One Act Drama Festivals 2014. A dark, absurdist comedy and social parody set in the 1980s. Martin Crimp often writes about hum drum people in hum drum situations, but noth... over 4 years ago


172nd Production One of Alan Bennett’s early works (1980) this interesting play is rarely performed but did have a recent West End revival and national tour in 2008/9 with Alison Steadman and David... almost 5 years ago


We have chosen a musical called ?Flapper!, jammed packed with great characters from start to finish with a fantastic musical score. The Roaring Twenties was such a colourful decade that the unbeat... about 9 years ago

For Services Rendered

181st Production. Written in1933 this play paints a bleak picture of post war disillusionment as symbolised by the family of a country solicitor, living in a small village in Kent. This is a power... over 1 year ago

Funeral Games (Festival)

Written in Joe Orton’s lively and witty style this play was first broadcast on Yorkshire TV in 1968, a year after his untimely death. Orton is one of the greatest comedic talents to emerge from Bri... over 3 years ago

Ghost Story (Festival)

Ghost Story is written by British Playwright Mark Ravenhill. The play was first staged as part of Sky Arts Playhouse Live Project. The play begins when Lisa, a breast cancer sufferer visits Meryl, ... 4 months ago

Habeas Corpus (2)

Written in the early seventies, Habeas Corpus has proved one of Alan Bennett’s most popular plays. Rather like a satirical merry-go-round, it is a broad comedy written at a time when the phrase ~ ‘... over 7 years ago


184th production. When Maggie met the Queen - Tea at Four - Handbags at dawn - Two strong ladies; one believed there was no such thing as society, The other had vowed to serve it. Two icons; one de... 7 months ago


An amateur production by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Limited. This musical is based on one of the world's favourite fairy tales, Hans Christian Andersen's The Ugly Duckling. Ugly is born, of... almost 8 years ago

Les Misérables School Edition

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe). All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe. Performed en... about 2 years ago

Macbeth 2015 (Festival)

Something wicked this way comes! This production will be a modern retelling of the classic Shakespearean tragedy. Reduced to one act, our story is set on the grimy streets of modern day England. Af... over 3 years ago

A Magical, Musical Alphabet

The 2013 Sundowners' show will be a compilation of musical numbers, alphabet themed, and consisting of songs from many musicals, particularly those sung by or about children. The cast will consist... almost 6 years ago

Making History

166th Production. The year is 1591. In England, Elizabeth I is on the throne, Shakespeare is at his peak, and the Reformation is effectively over. In Ireland, various factions and clans are held ... almost 7 years ago

Nell Gwynn

185th Production. Nell Gwynn is a comedic play with music and dance about (spoiler alert!) the life of Nell Gwynn, the celebrated orange seller/prostitute who became one of the first women on the E... 3 months ago

Our Country's Good

174th Production. Set in Botany Bay in 1789 soon after the First Fleet convict ships arrived there, Our Country’s Good tells the true story of the rehearsals for the first play to be performed in A... about 4 years ago


183rd Production. First performed at the National Theatre in October 2012, this touching and funny play had a star-studded cast headed by Frances de la Tour, Nicholas le Prevost, Peter Egan and Lin... 10 months ago

Primrose Way (Festival)

The ageing bag lady who opens the play is the eponymous Primrose Way, once a professional actress. As she reminisces about her life, her story unfolds and we see her enthusiastic, youthful self ret... almost 3 years ago


169th production. Proof is a 2000 play by American playwright David Auburn. Premiered Off-Broadway in May 2000, it transferred to Broadway theatre in October 2000. The play won the 2001 Pulitzer Pr... almost 6 years ago

Pvt. Wars (Festival)

Pvt. (‘Private’) Wars is about Vietnam veterans trying to recuperate in an Army veterans’ hospital in the 1970s. It is an extremely funny one act comedy for three young (fighting age) men, with st... over 1 year ago

Quartermaine's Terms

178th Production. Quartermaine’s Terms, first staged in 1981, is perhaps Simon Gray’s finest work; an English drama that stands comparison with Chekhov in its ability to combine comedy with a power... almost 3 years ago

The Ragged Child

A stark and moving account of child deprivation in London in the 1850s which won the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Award. The Ragged Child is about the plight of the poor and destitute, mirrored in the... almost 5 years ago

Riverside Drive (Festival)

This award-winning production will be performed as part of a Comedy Double Bill together with Alarms in July 2014. The play is set on a grey foggy day in New York in a secluded spot on the embankm... over 4 years ago

Seussical (2)

A musical based on the stories of Dr Seuss, creator of The Cat In The Hat children's books. An amateur production by arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI) All of our favourite Dr. Seu... about 1 year ago

Seven Year Twitch

175th Production. This sharply observed, fast moving comedy about emotional relationships in mid-life is a roundelay of marital discord filtered through the two key elements of psychotherapy and bi... almost 4 years ago

The Spasm (Festival)

This is the first production by the new venture of giving opportunities for presenting drama by our younger members aged between 13 and 21. Nancy Lund, a qualified drama therapist, is giving a oppo... over 4 years ago

Tom Jones (2)

162nd Production. First presented by RDG in 1973. Based on the classic novel by Henry Fielding, this stage version of “Tom Jones” has been described as ‘a rich, ripe and bawdy romp’, but for all ... about 8 years ago

Travels With My Aunt

176th Production. Graham Greene is probably best known for works like ‘Brighton Rock’, ‘The Third Man’ and ‘Our Man in Havana’. For fun he wrote ‘Travels With My Aunt’ in 1969 which in 1972 was mad... over 3 years ago

When We Are Married

170th Production. 1908. In the heart of Northern England, three respectable couples, married on the same day, at the same church and by the same vicar, join to celebrate 25 years of blissful matrim... over 5 years ago

White Christmas

182nd Production. One of the most famous and well-loved films of all time is brought to the stage, telling a story of love and loyalty through the wonderful music and lyrics of Irving Berlin. A col... about 1 year ago

Spotlight Award for Lighting Simon Waller Woking Drama Festival - 2016