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Past Productions

MOD the Musical


Original musical comedy inspired by the British pop of the early 60s. It’s 1964 in small-town America, and the Beatles’ British invasion is in full swing. Every teenager is filled with excitement as powerful as the first chord of A Hard Day’s Night. Rory is determined ...

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Some Small Love Story & Beulah - A double bill of new musical theatre

Some Small Love Story & Beulah - UK tour

Hartshorn – Hook Productions are proud to present a double bill of new musical theatre penned by The Flanagan Collective’s Alexander Wright – acclaimed 4-handed boutique piece Some Small Love Story and Beulah, featuring original folk music and puppetry.


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Woody Sez

Woody Sez

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame calls Woody Guthrie “the original folk hero; a man who, in the Thirties and Forties, transformed the folk ballad into a vehicle for social protest and observation and in so doing, paved the way for Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and a host of other folk and rock...

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Passion, desire, heartache, glory and lust.

Hope, vanity, ecstasy, longing and love.

Remember… FAME! One of the world’s greatest musicals in an electrifying, full-scale production, with a 30-strong cast and crew.

Nominated for 2 Olivier Awards, this tre...

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The Crying Cherry

The Crying Cherry

Amsterdam Fringe Award Winners Ian Bok and Maarten Heijmans will have you laughing out loud during this innovative show. Based on legend that has been passed down since the fifth dynasty of the Fuong Keee family, the Crying Cherry were thieves who engaged in the trickery, circus skills and theatr...

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Boys Of The Empire


A radical departure for Glenn Chandler, a man known for his role as creator and long‐time lead writer on hit TV series Taggart, Boys Of The Empire puts its frolics before its politics but leaves audiences with more than laughs. Taking in themes from colonial exploitation to cl...

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What's Wrong With Angry


Patrick Wilde directs his award-winning, funny, heart-breaking and ultimately triumphant tale of courage and defiance.

When this play opened at a small fringe theatre in London in 1993 it played to six people. By the end of the three-week run, thanks to some rave reviews and word of mouth,...

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Elvis Live


Whether you need Love me Tender or Return to Sender, it’s time to wax that quiff and dust off your blue suede shoes because Elvis is back in town. Backed by the soulful 10-piece Memphis Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, the undisputed king of rock’n'roll is in the building, an...

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West Side Story


The scene is an inner-city street on a sultry summer’s evening. Two rival gangs are circling each other prior to starting a fight; some of the youths are carrying knives, and in the ensuing, bloodsoaked melee, one of the leaders is stabbed to death.

If the story sounds familiar, that...

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