The Queen of Hearts is on the war path… It’s up to Alice to save everyone’s head by throwing her a tea-party along with the help of some new friends…a Turtle who’d rather be singing, a Cook with a pepper habit, a Hatter who’s quite mad, a Rabbit with a time keeping problem and one very naughty Cat… What could possibly go wrong?

 

This summer, Common Players give you Lewis Carrol (via Monty Python) and welcome you to the madness and mayhem of Wonderland!

Expect larger than life characters, puppets, live music, dancing and lashings of absurdity!

 

Gather your friends and family, pack a picnic, bring a blanket or chair to sit on and follow us down the rabbit hole.

 

Don’t be late, it’s a very important date!

Tour Schedule & Tickets 

Sat 28th May 3:00pm.................Exeter, Poltimore House, EX4 0AU.............................BOOK HERE

Sun 29th May 3:00pm................Exeter, Poltimore House, EX4 0AU.............................BOOK HERE

Thu 2nd June 3:00pm................Silverton, Recreation Ground, EX5 4JR......................BOOK HERE

Fri 3rd June 12:30pm/4:30pm......Beer, Beer Quarry Caves, EX12 3AS..........................BOOK HERE

Sat 4th June 3:00pm.................Sandford, Millenium Green, EX17 4NH.......................

Tickets available for collection from Sandford Stores, EX17 4LN

Sun 5th June 3:00pm................South Brent, Recreation Ground, TQ10 9JP.....................................  ..........Tickets available in person only from Artworks, Station Rd, South Brent, TQ10 9BE...........

Fri 10th June 6:00pm................Cranbrook, Education Campus, EX5 7EE...................BOOK HERE

Sat 11th June 6:00pm...............Moretonhampstead, The Sentry, TQ13 8LL.................BOOK HERE

Sun 12th June 3:00pm..............Coleford, Firestone Field, EX17 5DE............................BOOK HERE

Fri 17th June 6:00pm................Lapford, Victory Hall/Lower Town Pl, EX17 6PZ...........BOOK HERE

Sat 18th June 3:00pm...............Ilsington, Playing Fields, TQ13 9RR............................BOOK HERE

Sun 19th June 12:30pm/4:30pm..Exeter, Rougemont Gardens, Castle St, EX4 3PT........BOOK HERE

Sat 25th June 7:00pm...............Tiverton, National Trust, Knightshayes, EX16 7RQ.....BOOK HERE

Sun 26th June 4:00pm..............Puddington, Parsonage Field, EX16 8LW....................BOOK HERE

Sat 2nd July 3:00pm.................Lustleigh, Town Orchard, TQ13 9TA............................BOOK HERE

Sun 3rd July 4:00pm.................Uffculme, Coldharbour Mill, EX15 3EE.........................BOOK HERE

Thu 7th July 5:00pm.................West Down Primary, School Field, EX34 8NF.............BOOK HERE

Fri 8th July 6:00pm...................Ipplepen, Playing Field, TQ12 5QL...............................BOOK HERE

Sat 9th July 3:00pm..................Crediton, Newcombes Meadow, EX17 2AR.........No tickets required

Sun 10th July 4:00pm................Dawlish, The Lawn, EX7 9PS..................................More info here!

Thu 14th July 6:00pm................Cullompton, Community College, EX15 1DX..............BOOK HERE

Sun 17th July 4:00pm................Dulverton, Knackershole, TA22 9RU...........................BOOK HERE

Thu 21st July 5:30pm................Bradninch, Cricket Ground, EX5 4RD.........................BOOK HERE

Fri 22nd July 7:00pm.................Bradninch, Cricket Ground, EX5 4RD.........................BOOK HERE

Sat 23rd July 3:00pm/7:00pm......Woodbury Common, Model Airfield, EX9 7BR............BOOK HERE

Sun 24th July 5:00pm................East Prawle, next to the village green, TQ7 2BU.........BOOK HERE

Last Year's "The Tuck Inn"

Tickets are available to book in advance online with sales stopping 24hours before the performance. Thereafter tickets will always be available to purchase on the gate before the performance

 

In 2021 we were very excited to be making theatre again, going back to our roots,  lain over 30 years ago, touring community locations around Devon.

 

The Tuck Inn was a family event that re-told the legend of Robin Hood. 

In a wealth of extraordinary outdoor spaces, audiences were welcomed into The Greenwood by the irrepressible Friar Tuck, introduced to a band of Merry men and women and treated to some fast-paced action, music and storytelling. Along the way were met a Viking warrior-ess, an Alchemist, a Sheriff with a dastardly plan and of course Robin Hood.

 

Audiences brought blankets or seats and joined in a festival of theatre, fun, participation (if desired) and feasting.