In production

The productions we are working on at the moment are:

Past productions

All our past productions are listed below.

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A+E (Festival)

"Robyn fell, now we're here. That's the facts" At the end of a long party three girls wait in A + E for answers, time ticking by and questions spilling out. Two people meet in a wasteland, sharing... over 6 years ago

Absent Friends

In Absent Friends, Ayckbourn discards his usual technical high jinks and give us a relatively straightforward situation, a consolatory tea party thrown for Colin by his former friends after the dea... almost 19 years ago

The Accrington Pals (1) (Festival)

This shortened version was RDG's entry into the Maidenhead Drama Festival in 1984. The full length play was presented in 1988. about 39 years ago

The Accrington Pals (2)

THE ACCRINGTON PALS is one of the few plays we have presented twice. We first presented a potted version at the 1984 Maidenhead Drama Festival and four years later staged the complete play with an ... over 34 years ago

The Actor's Nightmare (Festival)

This fun short comedy tells of an actor who is asked to fill in for an absentee player. But is the play Coward, Shakespeare or Beckett? And what are Ellen Terry and Henry Irving doing on the stage?... over 26 years ago

The Admirable Crichton

In 1990 THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON was last open-air production we presented at the Manor Farm Gardens before the local council removed the attractive shrubbery which formed the background to our prese... almost 33 years ago

Adult Child/Dead Child (Festival)

Adult Child, Dead Child recounts with painful lucidity a loveless child\'s experience of rejection by her family. Originally a monologue Jane Walters clevely didided for five actresses representing... about 20 years ago

After My Fashion

37th Production. The last play directed by RDG's founder Margaret Greenslade. over 56 years ago

Agnes of God (Festival)

AGNES OF GOD is the powerful drama of a young nun accused of killing her own baby. Also involved in the triangular situation are a psychiatrist and the Mother Superior. We presented a shortened ve... over 34 years ago

Akuma No Shishi (The Demon Lions) (Festival)

about 38 years ago

Alarms (Festival)

This award-winning production will be performed as part of a Comedy Double Bill together with Riverside Drive in July 2014. “Alarms” is a very funny one-act comedy which examines how new technolog... almost 9 years ago

Alice in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass

17th Production. A mammoth cast of over 50, the play took a year to produce. about 67 years ago

All My Sons

Performed between 31st March to 3rd April 1999, Magna Carta Theatre, Staines. The 31st March was a Schools performance, other nights were open to the general public. America's most famous living p... about 24 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 ... almost 13 years ago

The Allotment (Festival)

Four women are doing community punishment orders working on a allotment growing vegetables for soup kitchens. On the allotment they feel they can choose how they want to be.. They can choose who t... about 18 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 6 years ago


almost 37 years ago

Amy's View

This play by one of our finest living playwrights, mixes love, death and the theatre in an original way. Funny, moving and fascinating, the play traces actress Esme Allen's changing relationships w... about 19 years ago

And A Nightingale Sang

over 39 years ago

And Go To Innisfree (Festival)

"I will arise and go now, And Go To Innisfree And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made. Nine bean rows will I have there, a hive for the honey bee, And live alone in the bee-loud gla... almost 17 years ago

The Anniversary

73rd Production. In 1973 we had entered Act One of this darkly comic play in local drama festivals with considerable success. This full length production, again directed by Judith Dolley was also a... over 43 years ago

The Anniversary (Act One) (Festival)

Entry in Hillingdon Festival (adjudicator Elizabeth Wilson), Staines Festival (adjudicator Buster Merryfield) and Maidenhead Festival (adjudicator Stanley Hilderbrandt) The full length version of ... about 50 years ago

Another Fine Mess (Festival)

This breathtakingly switchback script allies the theme of AIDS with a struggling cabaret act as two enterprising actors impersonate Laurel and Hardy. Because of copyright difficulties over the j... over 29 years ago


Arcadia is an immensely rich and fascinating play spanning an enormous number of themes and topics. It is set in a single room in a country mansion (Sidley Park, the ancestral seat of the Earl of ... over 19 years ago

The Art of Remembering (Festival)

The Art of Remembering won critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Festival, including best one act play in England in 2001. It was also selected by the BBC as "Best of Fringe". Three actresses embody d... over 15 years ago

As Long As They're Happy

41st Production. about 55 years ago

Aspects of Keith

This night production was devised and presented in 1990 by the company in memory of Keith Munks, one of our much-loved active members who had died earlier in the year. The evening comprised songs, ... about 33 years ago

Auntie's Venture

RDG's third production, presented as a triple bill alongside The Green Jug and Mary Contrary about 72 years ago