Hi everyone

Hope you all had a great summer despite the weather, as we approach the autumn, here's an update of what we have coming up at White Cobra, and a look back at our first on stage play in over 18 months!

We were delighted to be able to perform Love Letters by AR Gurney as part of the NDFA, British All Winners Final week of plays in Coventry in July. We weren't allowed to be part of the actual competition because adjudicator Paul Fowler is involved in White Cobra, and indeed back in 2017 was in Love Letters.

However just to be able to put on a play was reward in itself, however suffice to say we were surprised, and really delighted to find out we won the Sydney Fisher Trophy, which is voted for by the resident techies for their favourite full length production of the week, both on stage and off.

It capped off a lovely week for us, Bernie and Fraser, the two actors involved were at the presentation night to pick up the trophy, and Bernie offers her thoughts on the play, the performance, a return to live theatre, and winning the award.


Our latest audio drama has just been released. It's an adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes story The Resident Patient, adapated by Fraser Haines from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's original story.

You can watch and listen to it right now on our YouTube Channel

Finally we're back at The White Horse pub in the village of Old for one night only on September 4th for an evening of music. September Sounds sees an evening of songs from the shows, from the charts together with new original music too. Tickets are just £7, and there will be a bar and food!

We staged our first cabaret night back in June, and sold out so get your tickets bought as soon as possible. It's going to be a lovely way to end summer, and fingers crossed for another fabulous evening.

Buy your tickets now!

That's all for now, enjoy The Resident Patient, and we hope to see as many people as possible at The White Horse for September Sounds.

As always, thanks for your continuing support.

Kate & Richard x