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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Habeas Corpus (1)

over 47 years 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 ~ ‘... about 13 years ago

Half A Sixpence

52nd production and our third full scale musical. over 51 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... almost 6 years ago

The Happiest Days of your Life (1)

22nd Production. One of the few plays to be produced twice - exactly 25 years later in 1983. about 66 years ago

Happy Birthday Mr President or Who Killed Norma Jeane (Festival)

What is it about Marilyn Monroe that continues to generate such emotions, even today? Many Hollywood stars since 1962 have tried to emulate her, none have succeeded. She made few great films, was ... almost 19 years ago

Hay Fever (1)

46th Production. One of Coward's most successful plays, this comedy of manners was a delight to present and to view. An extract from the play was also entered into the 1969 Staines and Hillingdon d... over 54 years ago

Hay Fever (2)

Often considered to be Coward’s best loved and best written play, Hay Fever bursts with style, wit and sophistication. It is set in 1925 in the country house of the delightfully eccentric Bliss fam... almost 17 years ago

Hay Fever (Act Two) (Festival)

Entry in 1969 Staines Festival (adjudicator Elizabeth Wilson) where it was placed third, and Hillingdon Festival (adjudicator Michael Smee) about 55 years ago

The Heiress

49th production. over 53 years ago

Hell and High Water (1)

This production was produced with "From Here to the Library" and "Ill Met by Moonlight" (excerpts from A Midsummer Night's Dream) as part of an evening of plays from new Directors entitled "New Dir... about 35 years ago

Hell and High Water (2)

A revival of the 1989 play, also directed by Pauline Walters, as part of the Magna Carta Arts Festival. The Gala Evening was hosted by RDG stalwarts Roy Selfe and Ron Williams. over 31 years ago

The Hitchhiker (Festival)

over 28 years ago

Hobson's Choice

60th Production over 48 years ago

The Hotel Riposo

7th production. Presented as a double bill with Romance In The Garden about 72 years ago

The House of Bernarda Alba (Festival)

Garcia Lorca’s final play, completed shortly before his death in 1936, is subtitled “a drama about women in the villages of Spain”. Like Lorca’s other plays, it portrays a code of honour and its tr... about 17 years ago


18th production. Showing an ever increasing level of professionalism with an attractive realistic set and excellent costumes. A critic in the local press, The Staines and Egham News, ran to nearly ... over 67 years ago

How The Other Half Loves

57th Production. over 49 years ago

Humble Boy

187th Production. Set in a flower-filled garden on the edge of the Cotswolds this is a comedy tinged with sadness. On the surface this play- which won numerous Best Play Awards following its origi... almost 5 years ago