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Learn more about each of our wonderful shows by clicking the links bellow. You'll be able to view cast, a synopsis of the show, reviews, photo galleries and even see our digital programmes

Written and performed by Thomas Levi

What is it like to be part of the LGBT community? How difficult is dating for same-sex couples? Follow our unnamed protagonist in this one-act LGBT comedy as he deals with family, friends, love, sex, and work, but most importantly tries to find his voice in this world.

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Written by John Godber and Jone Thornton

Directed by Tom Stevenson

Every town has its Shakers, the oh so trendy cocktail bar where everyone wants to be seen, from the checkout girls to the chinless wonders, from the luvvies to the local lads tittering at the thought of a “long slow comfortable screw”. Shakers gives a wickedly funny glimpse of this world as seen through the eyes of the four long-suffering bar workers, offering a fascinating view of the reality that lurks behind the plastic palms and the Pina Coladas. 


Written by Tom Morley, Tom Stevenson and Chris Stevenson. Additional material by Luke Gascgoine.

A Comedy/Drama set to tickle your funny bones, but also filled with many characters you will know and love. One street in Nottingham is overcome with Lotto fever, as Noel Edmunds hosts the BBC's first ever prize draw. With £5 million up for grabs, everyone has their tickets ready for a chance to change their life and finally escape their lives in the rented council house. How desperate will people get?

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Shot Down in Lockdown

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Producers: Tom Morley and Tom Stevenson 
Virtual Performance. Available online.

Vicky Spencer lives in the village of Little Byron, near Nottingham. on Thursday the 25th of March 2021, in the middle of a Coronavirus lockdown, her body was found. Can you help Detective Derek Dobbs solve the mystery and reveal who the murderer was?

Written by Elemental Theatre Company

Written by Elemental Theatre Company

Award Winning Show


Written by Nick Payne

Director: Luke Gascoigne

Performed: December 2019

Venue: John Godber Centre, Hucknall, Nottingham


Roland and Marianne meet at a barbecue. Despite an obvious connection, Roland is newly single and prefers to remain that way.


Roland and Marianne meet at a barbecue. After an initial chat, they decide to go on a date, where a lack of chemistry leads to disastrous results.

Roland and Marianne meet at a barbecue. After an initial chat, they decide to go on a date, where, through a mutual interest in honey and quantum physics, they begin to fall in love.

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Written by Henrik Ibsen | Adapted by Tom Morley

Producer: Luke Gascoigne 
Performed: September 2019

Venue: John Godber Centre, Hucknall, Nottingham

Set in modern day England, Tom Morley's adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's controversial play 'Ghosts' was widely accepted by audiences.

Audiences were shocked as this controversial play challenged everything they have come to expect from Elemental Theatre Company

at Redrum

Written by Elemental Theatre Company

Performed: April 2019

Venue: John Godber Centre, Hucknall, Nottingham

This 'red-herring' murder mystery was devised, written and performed by ETC, as our first original script.

Rated highly in all it's reviews, Murder at Redrum Manor was an exciting play like no other - the audience were shocked to find they had been tricked through a fake marketing campaign leading up to the show.

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Written by John Godber

Performed: September 2018

Venue: John Godber Centre, Hucknall, Nottingham

This John Godber classic is a highly energetic multi-role romp through the 1980's school system. Most of which is still relevant to this day!

This was Elemental Theatre Company's debut performance, selling out all nights of the run. The audience loved the range of characters, settings, the musical and dance interludes and the expressive and creative way it was performed. The show was rated 5 stars by BBC radio and local newspapers.

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