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29th June to 20th July 2019
> Yulefest Dinner & Show every Saturday night at 6.30pm
PLUS a special Afternoon Tea and show on Sunday 14th July at 3pm
Enjoy a warming Mulled Wine on arrival, before sitting down to a sumptuous
3-course Christmas-in-July menu; »view & download the dinner menu PDF«
Tales of Old Dartmoor
Series 6, Episode 21, Tuesday 7 February 1956. Script by Spike Milligan.
How Dartmoor prison was sunk in a sea battle with the French Chateau d’If.
Series 5, Episode 15 & 20, Tuesday 4 January 1955. Script by Spike Milligan and Eric Sykes.
The action takes place in the shallow end of an open-air swimming bath in Woodmansterne and on the grass verge of the Great North Road.
Warning; This play is unsuitable for human beings, young horses, civic dignitaries and Fred Barrington.
The Secret Escritoire
Series 6, Episode 2, Tuesday 27 September 1955. Script by Spike Milligan and Eric Sykes.
The ghastly story of a sinister plot laid bare by the amiable discovery of a dreaded corpse in an empty matchbox (obviously not safety matches). It tells of a man’s desperate hunt to clear his name of a fearful stigma (his name is Bert Stigma). It also reveals the true truth behind the last of the great chained escritoires in Piccadilly Circus and the fiendish contents it contained.
This and other secrets will be revealed for the first time as Neddie Seagoon’s zealous hunt for the escritoire and its noisome kidnappers ranges from a deserted Chinese coffin refinery in Hither Green to the arid steam laundries of the Malay (exit Mr. Crun hotly pursued by Sax Rohmer in an experimental cardboard pullover).
(Escritoire; a bureau modified with tiroirs and pigeon-holes – Fred Oxford’s dictionary).
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