Welcome to Pyramus and Thisbe Productions! I thought I had retired from acting, but it seems not! The pull to the stage was too strong! So here I am back on the road again! Albeit on shorter tours than in previous years! There are more plans for the future, including a Christmas show, but more news to come in a while, watch this space!
Cheers, Dominic Goodwin
Pyramus and Thisbe Productions is a North Yorkshire based theatre company, created by veteran actor and director Dominic Goodwin. The company has been set up to promote the work of Dominic as well as Leeds playwright Stuart Fortey.
Tours include “Up Frankie” (as Frankie Howerd), “The Mystery of Irma Vep”, “Not About Heroes”, “Wind in the Willows”, “Holmes and Watson-The Farewell Tour”, “The Lost World”, “Frankenstein Live” etc.
Dominic was for three glorious years the resident Dame at the Georgian Theatre Royal in Richmond. Credits: “Mother Goose”, “Sinbad” and “Babes in the Wood”.
Holmes and Mrs Hudson:
For One Night Only!
By Stuart Fortey
Directed by Thomas Frere
Touring Autumn 2020
Thrill with excitement as Sherlock Holmes and his landlady Mrs Hudson reconstruct for your entertainment the Case of the Frivolous Vicars!
* Try and deduce who killed Constance McMerryweather in the vicarage garden with a quoits spike!
* Ask yourself what, if anything, has Aladdin to do with it?
(Quite a lot, actually!)
Deprived of his usual sidekick Dr Watson, Sherlock teams up with Mrs Hudson, who proves more than equal to the task in hand. But what exactly is her relationship with Holmes? And is it for One Night Only?
A smorgasbord of foreign languages, coded poems,
ballet and opera; HOLMES & MRS HUDSON is pure fun and silliness from beginning to end!
Many venues already in the tour including:
Georgian Theatre Royal (Richmond)
Helmsley Arts Centre
Gilling East Village Hall
The Broadbent Theatre, Lincoln
The Ropewalk (Barton-Upon-Humber)
The Swallow Theatre, Whithorn
Old Well Theatre, Moffat
Many more to come, full schedule will appear here soon...
The Kaiser and I
by Stuart Fortey
It's Berlin, 1914, and the music has to stop. Kaiser Wilhelm has summoned a dance instructress from England to put his officers through their paces, but now war is only days away…
From ballroom to battlefield and beyond, this two-hander charts the friendship of a man and a woman caught in their nations' crossfire.
Winner of the 2002 Buxton Festival Fringe
Best Drama Award
“An unusual story . . . a wonderfully written play skilfully combining humour and stark moments of wrenching sadness”
Buxton Fringe Review
Joining Dominic for the tour is Pickering based actress Cal Stockbridge:
Cal has been acting for more years than she cares to remember! Credits include tours of “Wreckers” by Tom Needham, “My Fat Friend” and “Duet for One” (both alongside Dominic Goodwin). Cal also produced the first tour of Clap Trap productions WW1 play “Not About Heroes” in 2008.The Kaiser and I tours the UK June and July 2018, with a further limited run in October 2018.
Thursday 28 June, 7.30pm
Wrelton Village Hall, Wrelton, Pickering.
Friday 29 June, 7.30pm
The Evron Centre, Filey.
Saturday 30 June, 7.30pm
The Broadbent Theatre, Wickenby, Lincoln
Thursday 5 July, 7.30pm
Gilling East Village Hall, Helmsley
Friday 6 July, 7.30pm
The Old Well Theatre, Moffat
Sat 7 & Sun 8 July, 7.30pm
The Swallow Theatre, Whithorn
Thurs 4 & Fri 5 October, 7.30pm
The Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond
box office: 01748 825252
Saturday 6 October, 7.30pm
The Ropewalk, Barton-Upon-Humber
tickets: 01652 660380
Sunday 7 October, 7.30pm
Milton Rooms, Malton YO17 7LX
box office: 01653 696240
A Night at the Panto incorporates:
Last Panto in Little Grimley by David Tristram and a solo reading by Dominic of the Peter Jones story A Pantomime, featuring his eponymous hero J Kingston Platt.
Dominic Goodwin is joined by Bromwyn Jennison, James Potter and Amelia Gillen.
Monday 16th March: Kirkbymoorside Methodist Church, 7.30pm
Tuesday 17th March: Wrelton Village Hall, near Pickering, 7.30pm.
Wednesday 18th March, Easingwold Community Library, 7.30pm
Thursday 19th March: venue tba.
Friday 20th and Saturday 21st March: The Swallow Theatre, Whithorn, Scotland
"Dominic Goodwin is a master of his art!" Promoter
"...Shades of the great Norman Evans, but definitely his own glorious gigantic creation!" The Stage on "Sinbad"
"The Mother of all Dames" British Theatre Guide
Since 2009 Dominic has toured to the Swallow, but the theatre is now in need of a new roof, hence this show. The show is being staged at the Scottish theatre in aid the roof appeal.
If you fancy a titter. come along and join us. For tickets at any of the above mentioned performances, throw me an email. firstname.lastname@example.org