The Old Stagers have been performing in Canterbury every year since 1842 with the exception of the two world wars. Productions from this century are listed below, along with stills from some of the most recent performances.

2018 - Quartermaine's Terms - Simon Gray

2017 - The Real Inspector Hound - Tom Stoppard, & Ways and Means - Noël Coward

2016 - The Government Inspector - Nikolai Gogol

2015 - Taking Sides - Ronald Harwood

2014 - Arsenic and Old Lace - Joseph Kesselring

2013 - The Old Country - Alan Bennett

2012 - You Never Can Tell - George Bernard Shaw

2010 - Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - Constance Cox, based on the short story by Oscar Wilde

2009 - Happiest Days of Your Life - John Dighton

2008 - The Royal Baccarat Scandal - Royce Ryton

2007 - Ten Times Table - Alan Ayckbourn

2006 - The Cherry Orchard - Chekov

2005 - Come As You Are - John Mortimer

2004 - Tons of Money - Will Evans & Valentine, adapted by Alan Ayckbourn

2003 - A Coat of Varnish - Ronald Miller, suggested by C.P.Snow's novel

2002 - The Cabinet Minister - A.W. Pinero

2001 (150th Season) - Much Ado About Nothing - Shakespeare

2000 - The Edwardians - Ronald Gow, from the novel by V. Sackville-West

2017 Productions

2016 Production

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