The Society began performing light operetta in 1920 with a production of “The Dogs of Devon”. The works of Gilbert and Sullivan became an increasing part of the repertoire until activities were interrupted by the war years.
Activities recommenced in 1946 with the pantomime Aladdin. And thus began an impressive uninterrupted programme of pantomimes, plays and revues which has continued to the present day. During the Covid-19 Pandemic, the activities of the Dramatic Society moved online. A number of productions that were made during this time can be viewed on our YouTube channel.
Below you can see a selection of our previous productions. Clicking on the artwork for that production will take you to another page where you can view any information and images from that particular show. At the very bottom of this page you will find a link to a complete list of our production history, along with a separate link to our Dramatic Society archive site on Facebook.
For a complete list of our production history, please click here
Malcolm McPhie has built up an extensive archive of images and videos which documents the activities of the dramatic society since its inception in 1920.
You can view this archive on Facebook here