North Country has been touring from Hereford and Shropshire to the Scottish Borders and Highlands for over nineteen years.
Check back regularly, we will be adding our archive section soon.
The Wish House (2016)
Sept to Dec 2016
A sinister story of superstition, sacrifice and dirty laundry based on a short story by Rudyard Kipling.
Twelfth Night (Or What You Will) (2016)
June to July 2016
“If this were played upon a stage now I could condemn it as an improbable fiction”
Egil Skallagrimmson Keeps His Head (2016)
"When the ice-fast fjord Fractured into floes I went aboard My wooden whale-road rider..."
The Gift of Stones (2015)
October to December 2015
The village of flint knappers is safe, self satisfied, and inward looking, but a stray arrow, an amputation, and a wild woman from the salt sea marshes bring murder, mystery and cataclysmic change.
A Month in the Country (2014)
October to December 2014
Two men, an artist and archaeologist, recently released from the horrors of the trenches, find themselves working side by side in a North Yorkshire village.
Blame it on Bartle! (2014)
North Country Theatre and the People of Swaledale, Wensleydale and Gudbrandsdalen presented the 2014 Richmondshire Community Play Blame it on Bartle!
The Lost World (2013)
October 2013 to January 2014
Zany Zoologists on a prehistoric plateau, ape men, madcap balloon rides and a pterodactyl loose in London.
The Lighthouse on Shivering Sands (2012)
September to December 2012
A sinister story of sand, sea and strangulation!
The Rocking Horse Winner (2011)
September to December 2011
A white knuckle ride between psychology and the supernatural
Egil Skallargrimson Keeps His Head (2010)
Februay 2009 and January to March 2010
Murder, mayhem and mirth in a Jorvik espisode from 10th Century Egil's Saga
A Blood Wedding In Wensleydale (2010)
September to December 2010
Cold Comfort Farm meets Carmen Lorca's famous Spanish tale of feuding families, freely adapted and re-set in the farming communities of the Yorkshire Dales.
Home on the Range (2009)
October to December 2009
From Wensleydale to the Wild West, an epic tale of struggle, endurance and buffalo droppings!
The Prisoner of Zenda (2008)
June and July 2008
An hilarious ripping yarn of swashbuckling Ruritanian romance!
The Electrical Wizard of the North (2007)
October to December 2007
An hilarious ripping yarn from the heyday of Edwardian music hall
The Man Who Would Be King (2007)
March and April 2007
A tale of contracts, comradeship and camels
Mak The Sheepstealer (2006)
A Christmas Comedy with live music and dancing sheep!
The 39 Steps (2006)
May to July 2006
A 10th Anniversary ripping yarn with sinister overcoats!
The Imitation Game (2005)
October to December 2005
The story of a woman in wartime and breaking codes
Last Dance of a Dalesman (2005)
June and July 2005
A wake, a widow and a romance, a dead man dreaming his last dance...
The Confession of Brother Wormwood (2005)
October 2004 to January 2005
A medieval tale of murder, miracles and dirty habits
Moby Dick - The First Encounter (2003)
November and December 2003
North Country Theatre in another hilarious version of a classic adventure
The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Infamous Moll Flanders (2003)
June and July 2003
Another hilarious (bodice) ripping yarn as told by honest Dan Defoe
A Month in the Country (2002)
October to December 2002
A haunting evocation of a past time
The Passion Plays (2002)
March and April 2002
Adapted from the York, Wakefield and 'N' Town Mystery Plays
2001 Space Idiocy (2001)
November and December 2001
May the farce be with you!
Northanger Abbey (2001)
June and July 2001
"At last! A Jane Austen that will make you laugh out loud."
The Lost World (2000)
November 2000 to January 2001
Cartimandua Chariots and Fire (2000)
June and July 2000
A spectacular new play about the Iron Age queen of the Northern Britons. A 2000 year old tale of treachery on the edge of the Roman Empire.
October to December 1999
A Tale of High Seas Adventure and Low Political Intrigue
The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1999)
November 1998 to January 1999
With dancing and singing sarcophagi, cantankerous camels and a final straight out of the Hammer House of Horror...
Northanger Abbey (1998)
June and July 1998
Social satire and nice frocks
Home on the Range (1998)
September to November 1998
From the Yorkshire Dales to the Oregon Trail. An epic tale of pioneering women.
The 39 Steps (1997)
March to May 1997
A ripping yarn with sinister overcoats!
Mak the Sheepstealer (1996)
November 1996 to January 1997
A Christmas Comedy with live music and talking sheep!
The 39 Steps (1996)
May and June 1996