Performances inside and on ECOS
We are delighted to be offering over 30 performances in the coming weeks, commencing 2 June. Details of all events, including those we are hosting in conjunction with Frome Festival, will be listed on this page. Please keep checking-in for updates as we are currently adding new details every few days.
We plan to open the box office for part-time sales shortly; until that time, tickets are available via the online booking system only. For any questions or assistance to purchase tickets please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our staff are still partially furloughed so please bear with us as replies may take a little longer than pre-pandemic times.
Claudio loves Hero, and Benedick hates Beatrice. This is just as well, because Hero loves Claudio and Beatrice hates Benedick. Everyone laughs when Don Pedro plays a trick on Benedick and Beatrice, letting each think that they are secretly loved by the other.
Belgian detective, Artemis Arinae, is set to enjoy a cruise along the Nile when tragedy strikes. All the passengers and staff are suspects and the murder count is growing. Will Arinae’s little grey cells identify the murderer in time?
A thought-provoking, poignant, dynamic, and semi-immersive theatre collage of the worlds and era that surrounded the “Mother of Free Festivals.” Inspired by the ethos of the hippie, counterculture, and free-festival movements, Something Underground brings you its tribute to Woodstock ’69.
Stand-up poet, comedian and broadcaster, armchair revolutionary and walking shortbread tin, Elvis McGonagall resides at The Graceland Caravan Park somewhere in the back of beyond where he scribbles satirical verse whilst drinking malt whisky and listening to Johnny Cash.