Following government advice about Coronavirus, Cornerstone Arts Centre is currently closed to the public. Visit our blog post for more information on this closure: here.
Cornerstone Arts Centre is still Didcot's community hub even in this unprecedented time where we can't be physically open. We will continue to illuminate theatre, visual arts, community spirit and everything else under our umbrella in the best way we possibly can online.
For a while, our website is going to look a little different. We are creating pages with details of our new digital initiatives including virtual galleries, streaming theatre and bringing classes into your living rooms so you can enjoy us even during this period. We will continue to be a community resource and we look forward to seeing you again in person when this is all over.
Prices: £14, £12 Concs
50% Members Discount.
Thursday 26 Sep 2019 7:30pm
Tags: Theatre, Comedy
A secluded island hotel just off the English coast becomes a crime scene, as a scandal-inducing femme-fatale is felled. All the guests on the island are suspects, but are they alone and is all quite what it seems?
Multi-award-winning theatre company New Old Friends present Crimes On the Coast, a comedy thriller directed by James Farrell (Associate Director - The 39 Steps, West End). The show enjoyed a sell-out national tour in 2018 (under previous title Crimes Under the Sun) and hits the road again in 2019 featuring four actors playing multiple outrageous characters, and a plot that romps along in the company’s trademark inventive style.
Inspired by Agatha Christie, Noel Coward and PG Wodehouse, you are invited on an hilarious but murderous trip to a classic English Riviera retreat.
“Murder most fun” British Theatre Guide
“A whodunnit romp” The Stage
“Velocity and immaculate timing” Reviews Hub
“Display of comic acting it would be hard to see equalled anywhere" Theatre Bath
“A comedy thriller of the highest order” Weekend Notes
“Side-splittingly funny watch” What’s Good to Do
“Pacey pun-filled frolic of a show" Rapscallion Magazine
“Brilliantly creative physical and verbal comedy” Theatre Twittic