Recent Productions

The Poetry of Freedom
19-21 May 2023, Zeeheldentheater, The Hague

The AATG’s 2023 spring production, 'The Poetry of Freedom', featured dramatic interpretations of works by two of the most famous Romantic poets, Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley. This was an inspiring, lavish, and sometimes terrifying exploration of the theme of personal and political liberty!
In Act 1, we presented The Prisoner of Chillon, Lord Byron’s narrative poem chronicling the imprisonment and suffering of a 16th century freedom fighter.
Act 2 featured Percy Bysshe Shelley’s The Masque of Anarchy, based on the poet’s nightmare dream following the Peterloo Massacre of 1819.

A More Perfect Human
22-23 April 2022, Paradijs Theater, The Hague
27 May 2022, FEATS main stage in Mersch, Luxembourg

This exciting one-act play tackled political corruption of the highest order. A government minister, Marion Slater, is preparing to go on live TV to defend a scandal-plagued colleague. Her assistant, Natalie Smyth, tells her that the Prime Minister’s fixer, Graham Carter, is coming to advise her on how to handle the interview. As events unfold, Marion must make a choice: listen to the stranger from No. 10 or follow her own instincts.

This was the AATG's entry for FEATS 2022 in Luxembourg.

Sleeping Beauty
11-13 March 2022, Warenar Theater, Wassenaar

Dust off your "It’s behind you", start practising your "Oh no we don’t", and be ready for a rip-roaring ride of fun because finally the AATG are back with their big, brash and brilliant pantomime for 2022 Sleeping Beauty.

This was a fun re-telling of the classic fairy tale in the form of a traditional British pantomime (a fun filled show for adults and children of all ages). We booed the evil fairy and cheered for the good fairies, and hoped that there was a happy ever after. Packed full of songs, jokes and audience participation, Sleeping Beauty entertained everyone from ages 3 to 103. And as we were warned, just like the Dutch weather, we all got slightly wet!

Due to COVID, this panto was relocated in both time and space from our usual December slot and was performed in March instead.

Past productions

Full list of past productions

Charity Murder Mystery Dinner scripted and arranged by Jenny and John Hall
The Poetry of Freedom - The Prisoner of Chillon, Lord Byron and The Masque of Anarchy Percy Shelley
A Night on Broadway arranged by Jenny Hall

Sleeping Beauty
by John Hall
A More Perfect Human
by Henri Colens (also FEATS Luxembourg entry)
In A Galaxy Far Away
by Michael Connelly

by David Tristram
The Last Laugh
by A. Rose


Charity Murder Mystery Dinner
scripted and arranged by Jenny and John Hall
Richard III
by William Shakespeare
Happily Ever After
by Kyle Buijs

Charity Murder Mystery Dinner
scripted and arranged by Jenny and John Hall
Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes, adapted by David Rogers (also FEATS Antwerp Fringe); The Universal Language by David Ives (also FEATS Antwerp entry, Third Place Award); Mr Foot by Michael Frayn
Jack and the Beanstalk by John Hall

Charity Murder Mystery Dinner
scripted and arranged by Jenny and John Hall
ONE ACTS: Wild Flowers
by Marlis; Checking Out by Jo Chandler (also FEATS Frankfurt entry);
16 Minutes
by Matteo Pasquini (also FEATS Frankfurt Fringe)
Snow White
by Paul Hendy

Charity Murder Mystery Dinner
scripted and arranged by Jenny and John Hall
Alas, Poor Fred
by James Saunders (also FEATS Brussels entry, Third Place Award)
The Dangers of Tobacco
by Anton Chekhov
King Arthur The Panto!
by Michael Connelly

Habeas Corpus
by Alan Bennett
Beauty and the Beast
by John Hall

ONE ACTS “Double Trouble”: La Franco
by Anne-Marie Bellefroid (also FEATS Luxembourg entry, Stage Management Award); Out of Tune by Mark Edwards (also non-competing FEATS Luxembourg entry)
I love you, you’re perfect, now change
by Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Roberts
Dick Whittington and his Cat
by Paul Hendy

hosted by AATG in The Hague
Frankenstein the Pantomime
by David Swan

Don’t Dress for Dinner
by Marc Camoletti and Robert Hawdon
Will you take this man?
by Lindsey Uittenbogaard (also FEATS Antwerp entry)
Cinderella: Shaken, not Stirred
by John Hall

Robin Hood by John Hall
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen adapted by Charlie Cook
AATG Diamond Anniversary Celebration
Aladdin by Limelight Scripts, adapted by Evonne Dunne

The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney
Woman In Mind by Alan Ayckbourn

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
Him by Anne-Marie Bellefroid (also FEATS Brussels entry)
Sight Unseen by David Margulies
Peter Pan by Andrew Hawcroft

Jack And The Beanstalk by Clive Borrow, adapted by Bill Sowerby
ONE ACTS “Glimpses of Life”: Black And White by Harold Pinter; Moments by Anne-Marie Bellefroid; Going Underground by Christopher Morgan (also FEATS Stockholm entry)
Nunsense II (The Second Coming) by Dan Goggin

Treasure Island by Richard Lloyd
The George and Dragon Inn (a mummers play) adapted by Bill Sowerby
FEATS hosted by AATG in The Hague
by Peter Handke (FEATS The Hague Fringe)
‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore by John Ford

Santa in Space by Paul Reakes
Anastasia (Recognition Scene) by Marcelle Maurette and Guy Boulton (also FEATS Luxembourg entry)
The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of "The Mikado” by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jr
A Day in The Life Of Joe Egg by Peter Nichols

Educating Rita by Willy Russell
What The Butler Saw by Joe Orton
ONE ACTS “Voices from the Grave”: Frankenstein by John Fryer (also FEATS Hamburg entry); The Parson's Nose by Bill Sowerby
The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

Memo to Jupiter by Dennis Slee, adapted by Alex McNeil and Annette Fisher (FEATS Antwerp entry)
ONE ACTS “Brief Exposures”: Sure Thing by David Ives; Scenes from Richard III by William Shakespeare; He, She and the Other by Germaine Binstead Unikowski
The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of "Macbeth” by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jr
Cinders, The True Story by David Tristram

Europe by David Grieg
ONE ACTS “Old and New”: The King George Inn adapted by Bill Sowerby; Memo to Jupiter by Dennis Slee, adapted by Alex McNeil and Annette Fisher; In The Blinking Of An Eye by Jeremy Hylton Davies
Panto At The OK Corral by Jim Spierinck

Sleeping Beauty
ONE ACTS “Life on the Edge”: Picnic On The Battlefield by Fernando Arrabal; Elegy for a Lady by Arthur Miller; Bad Taste by Barratt Walton (also FEATS Brussels entry, Third Place and Best Actress Awards)
The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler
Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee
Puss in Boots

Aladdin by Norman Robbins
ONE ACTS “Write On!”: The Contract by Steve Young; The Gift by Gill Fifield; Shakespeare’s Dog by Donal Merren & Barratt Walton
FEATS hosted by AATG in The Hague
The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Sing A Song Of Sixpence by Norman Robbins
The Lion In Winter by James Goldman
The Problem by A. R. Gurney (FEATS Luxembourg Fringe)
Romeo And Juliet by William Shakespeare

The Glass Slipper Romance
Faith Healer
by Brian Friel
The Horatian by Heiner Müller (also FEATS Geneva entry)
A…My Name Is Alice by Joan Micklin Silver & Julianne Boyd
ONE ACTS “Three One One”: Joining The Club by David Tristram; Man Of Destiny by George Bernard Shaw; Panel Games by Eileen Brandon; The Chrysalids by John Wyndham
Death And The Maiden by Ariel Dorfman

Hans, The Witch And The Gobbin by Alan Cullen
ONE ACTS: Mauser by Heiner Müller; Electra by Sophocles
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde by David Edgar

Spaced Out!
The lsland by James Saunders
Laundry And Bourbon by James Mclure (also FEATS Brussels entry, First Place Award)
Love Letters by A.R. Gurney
Boom Bang-A-Bang! by Jonathan Harvey

Mother Goose
Can You Hear The Music? by David Campton (also FEATS Bad Homburg entry, Stage Management Award)
Ah! Sweet Mystery Of Life by Charles Marowitz

Alice in Sundaeland by AATG members
hosted by AATG in Zoetermeer
by Peter Shaffer

Babes in The Wood by Paul Reakes
Bouncers And Shakers by John Godbar and Jane Thornton (also FEATS Luxembourg entry)
The Birthday Party by Harold Pinter

Fairy Tales, Fairy Tales, 123 by Robert Short
ONE ACTS “Worlds Apart”: The Exiles by Jeffrey Grenfell-Hill (also FEATS Antwerp entry, Second Place, Best Presentation, Stage Management and Best Actress Awards); Mr Foot by Michael Frayn; From Here To The Library by Jimmie Chinn
The Shadow Box by Michael Cristofer
The Comedy Of Errors by William Shakespeare

Sleeping Beauty by Norman Robbins
ONE ACTS “Who is it, who dunnit?”: Chinamen by Michael Frayn; The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard
The Cagebirds by David Campton
Catastrophe by Samuel Beckett (also FEATS Brussels Fringe)
Come And Go by Samuel Beckett
Breaking The Code by Hugh Whitemore

Hickory Dickory Dock by Norman Robbins
Stackalee (Children's Theatre) by Jack Stokes
ONE ACTS “Lovers and Strangers”: The Bear by Anton Chekhov; A Kind Of Alaska by Harold Pinter; After Liverpool by James Saunders (also FEATS Bad Homburg entry, First Place, Best Presentation and Stage Management Awards)
AATG Ruby Anniversary Celebration
When I Was A Girl I Used To Scream And Shout
by Sharman Macdonald
Chapter 2 by Neil Simon
A Small Family Business by Alan Ayckbourn

Little Miss Muffet adapted by Paul Reakes
FEATS hosted by AATG in The Hague, with first Fringe
ONE ACTS “Prisoners”: Rotten To The Core by Richard Woolf; No Way Out by Jean-Paul Sartre; Teechers by John Godber (also FEATS The Hague entry, Discretionary Award)
Stags And Hens by Willy Russell

Aladdin adapted by John Morley
Half Time At Halcyon Days by Carol Mack (FEATS Luxembourg entry)
Godspell by John-Michael Tebelak
Pack Of Lies by Hugh Whitemore

The Wind In The Willows by Kenneth Grahame adapted by John Morley
The Road To Mecca by Athol Fugard
Absurd Person Singular by Alan Ayckbourn
ONE ACTS: Half Time At Halcyon Days by Carol Mack; Ruffian On The Stairs by Joe Orton
A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen

Sinbad The Sailor adapted by John Morley
Spanish Evening: play reading and music, song and dance
Our Town by Thornton Wilder
ONE ACTS “Three In One”: Sequence of Events by George MacEwan Green (also FEATS Antwerp entry, Discretionary Award to Donal Merren); Marble Arch by John Mortimer; A Pound On Demand

Santa in Space by Paul Reakes
Middle-Age Spread by Roger Hall
FEATS hosted by AATG in The Hague
The Long Way Home by Jeremy Bentham (also FEATS The Hague entry, Original Script Award); The Letters Of John And Abigail Adams arranged by Roberta Enschede
Separate Tables by Terence Rattigan

Goldilocks And The Three Bears by John Morley
A Thousand Clowns by Herb Gardner
The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie by Jay Preston Allen based on novel by Muriel Spark

Little Red Riding Hood adapted by Pauline Jurkiewicz
Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters
ONE ACTS “Faces of Comedy”: After Magritte by Tom Stoppard (also FEATS Brussels entry); Inca of Perusalem by George Bernard Shaw; Private Lives (extract) by Noel Coward
Death Of A Salesman by Arthur Miller

Cinderella adapted by Cindy Linley
The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer adapted by Phil Woods (also FEATS Rheindahlen entry, Second Place Award)
The Pajama Game by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross
ONE ACTS: Colour of the Wind by Peter English; One Bad Apple by Peter Hartley
The Teahouse Of The August Moon by John Patrick

Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll
The Miracle Worker by William Gibson
The Singer by Frank Wedekind (also FEATS Antwerp entry)
Music Evening: Take A Note, The Singer
School for Scandal by Richard Brinsley Sheridan

The Gingerbread Man by David Wood
Six Characters In Search Of An Author by Luigi Pirandello
FEATS hosted by AATG in The Hague
ONE ACTS: Last Of The Red Hot Lovers by Neil Simon; A Respectable Wedding by Bertholt Brecht (also FEATS The Hague entry, Discretionary Award to AATG stage crew)
Bedroom Farce by Alan Ayckbourn
Gloriana by Leonard Wimberley
The Swinger by Michael Bamberger

Toad Of Toad Hall by A. A. Milne
The Fantasticks by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt
The Typists by Murray Schisgal
The Stolen Prince by Dan Totheroh
Lady Windermere’s Fan by Oscar Wilde
Animal Farm by George Orwell
ONE ACTS: Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer; Dial A Cabaret; Shakespeare in Person
Portrait Of A Murder by Robert Bloomfield
Not Now Darling by John Chapman and Ray Cooney


A Bequest To The Nation by Terence Rattigan
The Lover by Harold Pinter (FEATS Brussels entry)
Once Upon A Time by Robertson/Lewis
The Life And Death Of Almost Everybody by David Campton
How The Other Half Loves by Alan Ayckbourn

Hans, The Witch And The Gobbin by Alan Cullen
Music Hall Evening
ONE ACTS: Marble Arch by John Mortimer; “Trouble Love" (Sganarelle) by Molière (also FEATS Antwerp entry); The Proposal by Anton Chekhov
On Monday Next by Phillip King
Musical Evening
ONE ACTS: 1066 And All That (extract) by Sellars and Yeatman; A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens; Kirtmantle (abridged) by Christopher Fry; Daniel by Anonymous; The Dumb Wife Of Cheapside by Ashley Dukes
Robinson Crusoe adapted by John Crocker

Bonaventure by Charlotte Hastings
Lock Up Your Daughters by Henry Fielding adapted by Bernard Miles
ONE ACTS: Twenty-Seven Wagons Full Of Cotton by Tennessee Williams; The Dark Lady Of The Sonnets by George Bernard Shaw
The Wooing of Kate by William Shakespeare adapted by Jean Blewett
French Gray by Josef Bush
The Lion in Winter by James Goldman
A Giraffe And A Half by Shel Silverstein

Relatively Speaking by Alan Ayckbourn
FEATS co-founded and hosted by AATG in Rotterdam
The Collection by Harold Pinter (also FEATS Rotterdam entry)
The Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters

The Crucible by Arthur Miller
Dick Whittington adapted by John Crocker

The Typists by Murray Schisgal
Skin Of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder

Live Like Pigs by John Arden
Storm Over The Mediterranean by Richard N. Levine and C. Robert Holloway
The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard
The Prince And The Showgirl by Terence Rattigan
Equus (extract) by Peter Shaffer

Heartbreak House by George Bernard Shaw
Hay Fever by Noel Coward
The Severed Head by Iris Murdoch

The Man Who Came To Dinner by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
ONE ACTS: Black Comedy by Peter Schaffer; What Shall We Tell Caroline by John Mortimer

The Way Of the World by William Congreve
The Monkey’s Paw by W.W. Jacobs
The Public Eye by Peter Levin Shaffer

Semi-Detached by David Turner

The Waltz of the Toreadors by Jean Anouilh

So Many Children by Gerald Savory

My Three Angels by Samuel and Bella Spewack
Breath Of Spring by Peter Cook

Ladies in Retirement by Reginald Denham and Edward Percy
Simon And Laura by Alan Melville

The Women by Clare Boothe Luce
The Old Lady Shows Her Medals by J.M. Barrie

Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward
Janus by Carolyn Green

Harvey by Mary Chase
Sabrina Fair by Samuel Taylor
Separate Tables by Terence Rattigan

The Curious Savage by John Patrick
The Heiress by Henry James
ONE ACTS: The Happy Journey by Thornton Wilder; Miss Julie by August Strindberg

The Hollow by Agatha Christie
Dear Charles by Alan Melville

The Fisherman by Jonathan Tree
Sleeping Prince by Terence Rattigan
A Musical Evening
The Tender Trap by Max Shulman and Robert Paul Smith

ONE ACTS: Portrait of Madonna by Tennessee Williams; Lord Byron’s Love Letter by Tennessee Williams
The Reluctant Debutante by William Douglas Home

A Phoenix Too Frequent by Christopher Fry
Born Yesterday by Garson Kanin
George Washington Slept Here by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart

Edward, My Son by Noel Langley and Robert Morley
Bell, Book and Candle by John van Druten

Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams

Ring Round the Moon by Jean Anouilh, adapted by Christopher Fry

You Can’t Take It With You by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
The Browning Version, Harlequinade by Terence Rattigan

French Without Tears by Terence Rattigan