Chester House Productions

offers a selection of

quality presentations

suitable for

History societies
Literary groups
Townswomen’s Guilds
Probus Clubs
University of the Third Age
Retirement Associations
Women's Institutes
Small Festivals
Fund-raising events
Private functions

Since the first performance of
'John Aubrey' on 30 April 1999

Vera David

Vera Hughes and David Weller
have performed to over

34,500 people
mainly across the south of England
(and we are still counting!)

Go to the Presentations Page
to view our full repertoire
and the wide range of venues we have visited
(including those in Scotland and Wales).

STOP PRESS

Two New Presentations

Thomas Hardy - Wessex Man

Hardy wrote of his own rural, Victorian times, of places he knew and loved.
True, many of  his famous novels are gloomy - almost no happy endings.

We explore Hardy the man, his childhood,

his career and his successful social climbing.

What made him so inwardly private, so outwardly popular?

What was the essence of Thomas Hardy - Wessex Man?

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Marjorie - a Carer's Story

This story is about the commitment which those who care for sufferers have to make twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

Marjorie cares for her husband, Bill, who suffers from dementia.

This is Marjorie's story