In production

The productions we are working on at the moment are:

Past productions

All our past productions are listed below.

Select a letter to navigate the production titles and click on a link to see more details.

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Salad Days

42nd Production. The group's first full musical. over 55 years ago

Scarecrow (Festival)

An American Drama. A lonely young girl lives with her eccentric mother in an old farmhouse on the edge of a cornfield. She meets a strange man under a tree by the creek and is led step by step int... about 24 years ago

The Scream Inside - a Double Bill of One Act Plays

After eighteen months of no productions from RDG, we are delighted to be back at the beautiful Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre in Manor Road, Walton on Thames with a double-bill of one-act plays Bear ... about 3 years ago

The Seafarer

190th Production. Conor McPherson’s play The Seafarer was written in 2006. It tells the story of James ‘Sharky’ Harkin an alcoholic who has returned home after being let go from his job as a chauf... over 2 years ago

Seasons Greetings

over 37 years ago

See If I Care (Festival)

First RDG entry into Woking Drama Festival (adjudicator Roy Seammen). Also entered into Hounslow Drama Festival (adjudicator Rex Walford) almost 51 years ago

Separate Tables

43rd Production. A drama of human frailty about 55 years ago

Seven Ages of Man

about 43 years ago

Seven Year Twitch

175th Production. This sharply observed, fast moving comedy about emotional relationships in mid-life is a roundelay of marital discord filtered through the two key elements of psychotherapy and bi... over 9 years ago

Seventy Three North

12th production presented as a triple bill with Improbable Episode and A Room In The Tower over 70 years ago

Shadow of the Eagle (1) (Festival)

One of two productions entered into the competitive Staines Drama Festival and RDG's first experience of festivals (adjudicator John Bennett). The other play entered was Mirror to Elizabeth over 62 years ago

Shadow of the Eagle (2)

27th Production. A full length version of the play entered in the Staines Drama Festival the previous December. over 62 years ago

Show Choir 2012

Following the success of the Show Choir held last year, Louise Dangel and Chris Winslet are once again planning a repeat event for 2012. This is a fund raising event to enable RDG to cover the eve... about 12 years ago

Sister Act

188th Production. Based on the Touchstone Pictures Motion Picture 'Sister Act' written by Joseph Howard. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatr International (Europe)... over 4 years ago

Sisterly Feelings

about 40 years ago

A Slight Accident (Festival)

47th Production. Performed as part of a double bill with Black Comedy. Also performed earlier in the year as our entry in the Staines Festival (adjudicator Donald Walker) and Hillington Festival (a... about 54 years ago

Smile (Festival)

almost 33 years ago

Someone Who'll Watch Over Me (Festival)

about 27 years ago

Songs from the Shows (1)

almost 39 years ago

Songs from the Shows (2)

about 38 years ago

Songs of the Century

To mark the millenium year Carolyn and Paul chose to devise a complilation that takes an affectionate look back at the musical shows of the last century. With such a golden treasure house to choose... over 24 years ago

The Spasm (Festival)

This is the first production by the new venture of giving opportunities for presenting drama by our younger members aged between 13 and 21. Nancy Lund, a qualified drama therapist, is giving a oppo... over 9 years ago

Speaking of Murder

33rd Production. Unusually for RDG, this play is a murder 'whodunnit'. This production notable for the scene stealing antics of a dog called Bonny playing Joe, a vital part of the plot. about 60 years ago

States of Shock (Festival)

A wild, surreal and scathing anti-war play whose characters embody the conflict and violent contradictions of America today. In States of Shock Shepard puts America on stage not just as a geograph... almost 19 years ago

Stay Where You Are (Festival)

over 37 years ago

Steel Magnolias

over 31 years ago

Stepping Out

over 33 years ago

A Street Car Named Desire

over 30 years ago

Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World (Festival)

First broadcast on BBC radio in 1998 this vibrant and lyrical play, from the author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, paints a colourful picture of the community in Earlsfield, South West London, wher... over 11 years ago

Sweet Charity

Bob Fosse's story was based on the Academy Award winning film, Le Notti Di Cabiria, by Italian genius Federico Fellini. After seeing the film in 1957, Fosse immediately saw the potential for a Broa... over 21 years ago