pushing the boundaries of theatrical entertainment
“We are delighted to be returning to the beautiful Art Deco Theatre for an extended summer season with our exciting programme of popular comedy and modern classics. This year and in future summers, we hope to place ourselves at the heart of the vibrant Wimborne community as we build on our great reputation and already established following”. Tracy Jane Murrey – Artistic Director
Audiences can expect to see the return of the company’s most popular actors such as local favourite Julia Savill, Russell Biles, Celia Muir, Nicole Faraday and Rebecca Legrand to name a few.
Further information and box office details to be released shortly.
Dramatic Productions really bring my characters to life with energy, wit, truth and verve! It's a feast of fun and emotion- they're amazing! -
Founded in 2008, Dramatic Productions (UK) Ltd is a Theatre Company and Casting Agency led by Tracy Jane Murrey.
Tracy Murrey, an award winning writer, director and producer, joined Dramatic Productions in 2011 having graduated from Bournemouth University with a First Class Honours degree in Scriptwriting for Film and Television. Tracy was appointed as Artistic Director in 2013 and continues to bring high quality professional theatre to local audiences.
Dramatic Productions is proud to be an associated company at The Lighthouse, Poole. All our shows are previewed at this fantastic venue, the largest centre for the arts outside of London.
Always looking to push the boundaries of theatrical entertainment with a varied programme of popular classics and new writing, Dramatic Productions is fast becoming one of the foremost Theatre Companies in Dorset.
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'Dramatic Productions' in association with The Lighthouse, Poole's Centre for the Arts, is a theatre company dedicated to enriching, educating and entertaining the people of Dorset by providing a superior theatre experience. Our objectives are to be welcoming, inclusive and recognised by the local community as a significant cultural asset.
We aim to: