Past Productions

The Deadly Factor

The Deadly Factor written and directed by Jan Moran Neil. First production August 2010.

For Cancer Research

'A mightily entertaining onslaught from a young cast full of vim and vigour. To a man, and woman, the troupe performed superbly well.  At the start, one character extols, "Celebrity is the new religion," and from then on (almost) all hell breaks loose. The direction was tight and controlled." Bucks Free Press.

'Cutting edge drama. Top-drawer talent. Sin, sex and the desire for celebrity status make for a dramatic and intoxicating cocktail. An innovative and entertaining piece of new drama, rich in polished performances by a 'wicked' cast deftly directed.' Bucks Examiner

Good Things From Bad Rubbish

Good Things From Bad Rubbish written and directed by Jan Moran Neil. First production June 2009.

Creative Ink For actors performed Jan's play commissioned by Bucks County Council for Recycling week June 09 - Street Theatre, Aylesbury.

Brave Hearts & Baggage

Brave Hearts & Baggage written and directed by Jan Moran Neil. First production December 2008.

For the British Heart Foundation

'Jan Moran Neil's sharp, witty dialogue is expertly handled by a talented cast. Their timing, a crucial element in this fast moving production, is faultless.' Bucks Free Press

'It is a play bursting with wit and energy - a frenetic romp through the angst-ridden, self obsessed world of today's young things. The direction remains tightly controlled under the firm hands of Jan Moran Neil and Mike Breen. The casting is spot on.' Bucks Examiner

Bird Bath

Bird Bath by Leonard Melfi. Performed in 2006.

For Leukaemia Research

'Superbly directed by Jan Moran Neil ...An outstanding piece of theatre.' Bucks Free Press

Blackberry Promises

Blackberry Promises written and directed by Jan Moran Neil.

For the Iain Rennie Hospice at Home

'Remember the late 1950s? 'Lollipop' and 'Living Doll' on the juke box: boys in natty suits, their hair slicked back in Elvis quiffs; girls in puffball skirts - all of them with one thing on their minds.

'Blackberry Promises' is an evocative exploration of teenage sexuality. Excellent and hugely enjoyable, presented with flair and commitment.' Bucks Free Press

'First play is a winner. Beautifully crafted and thought provoking. The cast was excellent.' Bucks Advertiser

'A gritty tale of late fifties' life which doesn't need to whet the audience's appetite with recipes. Superb acting. All in all a promising new start for a promising new company.' The Stage

Bucks Free Press reviewer's choice of 2003 - 'A terrific new play with a cast to match.'