A group of drinkers in a London pub in 1946 are complaining about their lives when a stranger enters and makes an unusual request. An aging priest confronts the man - or angel, or demon - who confronts him.
A grandmother remembers her first date, the man she married and their life together.
A salesman tells how he met the woman of his dreams. In a Los Angeles bar the lives of older men are disturbed by the arrival of a young stranger.
On the last day of his life, writer Frederick Rolfe relives his most famous novel, in which an Englishman becomes Pope. The beautiful youth in
Death in Venice finally speaks ...
All these plays were brought to life by Arbery Productions - dramas with strong characters,
in poetic and sympathetic language, revealing the disturbing and often unspoken emotions that lie beneath the surface of our lives.
Originally based in London and now in Edinburgh, our most recent project was J B Priestley's rarely-performed one-act play The Rose and Crown.
Like our previous productions, it received four-star reviews.
After a quiet year in 2017, we have plans for two productions in 2018. In the meantime,
if you have a project you would like to bring to the stage,
get in touch.
2016: The Rose and Crown
comic, moving and spine-chilling: Edinburgh Fringe 2016
Post-war 1940s Britain is cold, rationed and bleak. In a London pub a group of drinkers are complaining about their lives when a stranger enters
and makes an unusual request.
details and more reviews
2014: Desire and Pursuit
three one-man plays about beauty, faith, obsession: London & Edinburgh 2014
from Arbery Books
All Edinburgh Theatre
Exciting new adaptation
of the classic comedy, with
Mosca and Corbaccia now women
This production company has signed up to the Protecting Actors Fringe Charter, helping to ensure all cast and crew involved operate under safe and fair working conditions.
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Edinburgh Fringe 2016
The Rose and Crown