Jacal Theatre Company is a Welsh performing arts company based in Swansea.

Premiered the following scripts at The Swansea Fringe Festival – October 2019

FURY by Giles Armstrong

A THOUGHT by Max Porter

A BREAK by Max Porter

CONTACT: info@jacaltheatrecompany.co.uk


Tread the Boards is the award winning resident theatre company of The Attic Theatre. Founded by Catherine Prout and John-Robert Partridgein 2009, we pride ourselves on producing a unique theatre experience in Stratford-upon-Avon.

As well as working with established professional actors, John and Catherine work with local upcoming talent to develop their skills, give them experience of working in a professional theatre environment and start them on the journey of a successful acting career.

​SMITH SCRIPTS is proud to publish a number of their fantastic adaptations of classic novels 


Founded in 1983, Thurgoland Thespians is a small amateur dramatics group that works through the Thurgoland Village Welfare charity. It was created to provided community entertainment and is a popular group with local youngsters wanting to gain confidence by working in the Theatre.
Every year, any additional revenue raised, over and above their nominal working budget, goes back into the Community towards the upkeep of the Village Hall and other community buildings that iare kept in Trust for the Community.
The welfare charity and the Thurgoland Thespians are both run entirely by volunteers and illustrates how small community theatrical groups are able to not just survive, but prosper even under the most difficult conditions


Founded by award-winning playwrights Ali Kemp and Deborah Klayman, Whoop ‘n’ Wail is an inclusive, innovative theatre company dedicated to producing high quality plays with a sense of humour and a social conscience.

Whoop ‘n’ Wail’s debut production, eXclusion, premièred in 2011 and was produced in association with UK charity Women in Prison. It opened at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, subsequently touring to Waterloo East Theatre, London, and South Hill Park Arts Centre, Bracknell.

Ali and Deborah have since co-authored a number of plays including Cascade of Baubles, Heart’s Desire, Losing Light, Madjesty, My Bloody Laundrette and Trapped.  These have been staged at Waterloo East Theatre, the Horsebridge Centre, the Canal Café and Rochester Literature Festival.

In 2014, they launched Whoop ‘n’ Wail Represents…, gender-equal new writing showcases that provide a space for collaboration between female and male playwrights and directors with all plays passing the Bechdel Test.

In 2017, My Bloody Laundrette won the Cambridge University Press “Channel the Bard” competition.

Ali & Deborah are currently Associate Performers at the Old Diorama Arts Centre and are developing their new full-length play, But For Us.


ALLIANCE FOR JEWISH THEATRE is a non-profit organization made up of theatre-artists, theatres, and other people connected to theatre to promote the creation, presentation, and preservation of both traditional and non-traditional theatrical endeavors by, for, and about the Jewish experience.