“A cracking good Ayckbourn”  - The Guardian


Things are not right on The Bluebell Hill Development. Theft, petty crime, vandalism – all the ills of modern suburban existence are on the increase.  Newcomers Martin and his sister Hilda are the crime wave’s latest victims and resolve to take action. After all, the law of the land, all that’s right and proper, and even God himself, are surely on their side.  But what starts out as a well-intentioned neighborhood watch scheme, soon develops into something altogether more sinister.  Alan Ayckbourn’s hilarious cautionary tale of the dangers of taking the law into your own hands is his seventy-fifth play. 

  
“When it becomes impossible to stop laughing, this timely and provocative play rivets attention throughout.” – The Telegraph

2013 Elliot Norton Award Nominations:

Outstanding Production (Fringe  Theater):
- Tigers Be still

Outstanding Per-
formance by an an actress (Small/Fringe Theater) :
Becca A. Lewis
- Tigers Be still