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All My Sons at The Electric Theatre 11 -14 April 2018


‘A play of extraordinary power and emotional depth’  THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

Written in 1947, ‘All My Sons’ is credited with being Miller’s breakthrough play.

Ripping the American dream to shreds, it exposes an apparently ideal family that in reality is built on deceit, lies and shame. Miller focuses his microscope on the period immediately following the second world war, and through its magnifying lens puts the misperception and ultimate distortion of loyalty on trial.

The play opens as the much loved tree – the family symbol of missing in action son, Larry – is blown down in a storm. It is a portent of disaster as the family move inexorably on a collision course that ultimately tears them apart, breaking them and turning the American Dream into a nightmare.

 See what our audiences say here


Guildburys are a community theatre company and All my Sons is an amateur performance by arrangement with Josef Weinberger. 



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Bram Stoker’s Dracula at The Electric Theatre

Acclaimed poet and playwright Liz Lochhead’s Dracula stays refreshingly close to Bram Stoker’s classic novel.

Asked to adapt it by the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, she immersed herself in the book.




‘After a sleepless night,’ she writes in the Introduction, ‘my hair was standing on end, what with the mad Renfield in his lunatic asylum eating flies and playing John the Baptist to his coming master… and with Lucy’s description of her “dream” of flying with the red-eyed one above the lighthouse at Whitby, and Jonathan’s “dream” of the three Vampire Brides’ advances upon him and of their being repelled at the last minute by the furious Dracula…


‘This was before I’d even got to the abducted children or “the loving hand” of Lucy’s fiancé staking her through the heart… or that shocking rape-like bit where, with Mina’s newly-wed husband Jonathan asleep in a flushed stupor by her side, Dracula, at her throat, takes his fill of her life’s-blood…


‘Still, what really attracted me to the story was Rule One for becoming a vampire-victim:

“First of all you have to invite him in.” 

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