The Questors Theatre announces its Autumn Season

By Isabel Millett

8th Aug 2022 | Local Features

The temperature of London's second summer heatwave might be rising but with September around the corner, Questors Theatre has announced its Autumn Season programme.

Classic works by some of the foremost playwrights alongside new writing from local up and comers promise to entertain and enthral Ealing as 'indoor season' approaches.

Here is the Autumn programme of theatre on our doorstep. Click on the title of any play to find out more...

Death and the Maiden by Ariel Dorfman

An Olivier Award-winning thriller set in post-dictatorship Chile.

23 Sept - 01 Oct | The Studio 

Paulina and her husband Gerardo have settled in a remote beach house, attempting to rebuild their lives and forget the trauma of the past. But when, one night, Gerardo invites a stranger into their home, Paulina's past threatens to unravel her.

The Ealing Club by Julian Smith

From Ealing Broadway to Chicago Blues...

world premiere of a new play exploring the 1960s British blues community.

21 - 29 Oct | The Studio

"Our mums and dads wanted the peace and quiet of their beige lives - and we wanted noise!"

A tale of bending notes, falling in love and almost being there for the birth of The Rolling Stones as five young people make their way down a set of dark, narrow steps into the Ealing Club and the birthplace of British Blues.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams 

A searing southern drama from America's most celebrated playwright.

04 - 12 Nov | Judi Dench Playhouse

Tennessee Williams's Pulitzer Prize-winning play set in the Mississippi Delta follows the family of wealthy cotton tycoon, Big Daddy Pollitt, as they untangle a web of deceit they've created for themselves over the course of an evening's gathering at the plantation.

Haunting Julia by Alan Ayckbourn

A chilling ghost story from Britain's most prolific playwright.

18 - 26 Nov | The Studio

Twelve years after his daughter Julia's death, Joe struggles to understand why the musical prodigy took her own life. Was it suicide? Or was someone else with Julia the night she died? 

Determined to discover the truth, Joe meets with a psychic and her boyfriend in the room where she died. Will they find what they're looking for? Or are some questions better left unanswered?

King Arthur & the Twelfth Knight by James Rushbrooke

Ealing's highly celebrated Christmas Pantomime.

08 - 31 Dec | Judi Dench Playhouse

Drayton's Court is abuzz. King Arthur, Queen Guinevere and their retinue are coming to Ealing on their quest to find the mystical Twelfth Knight of the Round Table. Lord Drayton's headstrong daughter Esme is convinced it could be her, if only she's given a chance. So she hatches a clever plan to swap identities with happy-go-lucky kitchen boy Ivor Sideways.

The Remarkable Theatrical Adventures of Peregrine Proteus by Jane Dewey

A rip-roaring new play set in 19th century England exploring the life of a struggling actor.

16 - 31 Dec | The Studio

The world premiere of this wonderfully comic production tracks one man's life, from his humble birth to his time in the spotlight. A series of eccentric thespians, from inept actors to dodgy company members, hopeful playwrights to dotting romantics, takes the audience inside the ecosystem of historic theatre communities.

     

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