The Questors present
The Questival - Day 3Various Authors
The Questors mini theatre festival
Three nights of great new writing - comedy, drama, physical theatre and everything in between. Every night will be different and there'll be something for everyone.
3 for 2 ticket offer
Buy a ticket for all three nights of The Questival and only pay for two nights. Simply add tickets to your basket and the discount will automatically be applied.
Day 1: Thursday, 22 MarchThe Tenth Rose PlantWritten and directed by John Fryer
Hiding in plain sight is a trick people can, and have, performed many times. When the secret is so big, people will often try to stay in the shadows, undetected, unnoticed. In today’s world who even remembers the events of yesterday…let alone decades ago? Secrets, believed hidden, can once again return to the full light of day...The Way of the CommodeWritten by Simon Brett. Directed by Nina Flitman
The rarefied world of restoration London, and a group of fopps gather to discuss fashions, infatuations, and the latest fad of chocolate. But can an amateur group of players do justice to this script? A brand new coarse acting play, coming to The Questors Theatre for one night only!The First Meeting Written by Natasha Vasandani
(more details coming soon)One Word for SnowWritten and directed by Julian Smith
A story about loss and longing. Ukuleles aplenty and armed with tennis racquets, our intrepid trio are ready to conquer demons and shout from the rooftops. Part clowning, part apology to our mums and a homage to penguins.Android Affairs Written by Martin Choules. Directed by Lucy Aley Parker
AI technician and Android expert, Jenkins, is wondering just how 'artificial' is Android intelligence? An interview with VX55 might answer the question, but will it be the answer Jenkins wants? And is it the only answer VX55 can give? Stand-up Comedy by Eamon Goodfellow
Eamon Goodfellow has been an actor and stand-up for over four years. Originally from Northern Ireland he combines storytelling with one-liners to tell you about his life so far, getting fit, growing up in NI and why he fears kitchen utensils.
Day 3: Saturday, 24 MarchSunday and the WarWritten by Paul Ryan
The Blitz, the bombs, the doodlebugs. Vera Lynn singing all the time. It was awful', says one character in our new play, Sunday and the War. So why do the English still go on about World War II all the time? That's the question a boy asks in the play as he goes in search of a hero - from war comics to a foul-mouthed aunt and a World War II veteran who might not be all he seems. The Indian has LandedWritten and directed by Sanjeev Wadhwa
(more details coming soon)Houdini and BessWritten and directed by David Hovatter
Following the relationship between Houdini and his wife, Bess, the play is a touching insight into when people fall in love and how, over the years, the innocence and purity of first love becomes diluted over time as the pressures of work and life create a strain on a couple's time together.
Suitable for ages 15+