Don’t Go Into the Cellar are back with Body Snatchers.
Under cover of darkness, the Resurrectionists are loose! If science is to advance, then men of medicine must be supplied with fresh specimens. But how fresh is too fresh for a corpse?
Mr and Mrs Wytherdyke live next to the churchyard of St Barstead's and have seen some sights over the years! Things seldom escape their notice. Which is just as well, for Mr and Mrs Wytherdyke would so dislike being interrupted. They are always buried in their work.
You see, Mr and Mrs Wytherdyke are body-snatchers.
Sarah Ratheram and Philip Jennings star in a show written by Jonathan Goodwin, and directed by Gary Archer.
Show only £20
Dinner & Show £40
Box Office on 0207 207 4585 or book here
Theatre Menu from 7pm
Green split peas, carrot & cream soup
Melted mature cheddar with mustard and egg on toast, served with a salad.
Originally called ‘Welsh Rabbit’, a witty insult about the Welsh, in that they would offer you rabbit and then give you cheese on toast. Ours includes mustard and egg according to the original recipe
A classic Anglo-Indian dish. Curried rice, sliced egg and smoked
mackerel, served with mixed leaves and balsamic vinaigrette.
Steak and Kidney Pudding
An English classic, mouth-watering steak and kidney encased in delicious suet pastry served with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables.
While the invention of the pudding cloth revolutionised English cooking in the 16th Century, the first recorded recipe for steak and kidney pudding appears courtesy of Victorian domestic goddess Mrs Beeton in 1861 .
Followed in the interval by a pot of our Tea House Leaf Breakfast Tea and our Homemade Raisin Scones with Ringden Farm Summer Fruits Jam and Cornish Clotted Cream.