Prisoner Of Passion

The apostle Paul is under house arrest in Rome and is on his own except for a Roman Soldier guard. The guard is new and, when he is not in Paul’s room, insists on locking the door. Luke arrives to see Paul but the guard has gone next door to see a friend who is guarding another detainee.

A Christmas With CS Lewis

The year is 1962 and C S Lewis, the famous British author, is in the twilight years of his life. He is hosting a group of American writers at his home just outside of Oxford. They have come to hear him speak about the significant events and the people that shaped his life. As it is Christmas time, Lewis also reflects on how he views this festive season.

Weep For Joy

Weep for Joy is a touching, often humorous portrayal of how life brings CS Lewis together with Joy Gresham, how happy they become together and how they cope with tragedy.

St Jack & The Dragon

St. Jack & The Dragon, a delightfully touching comedy, is set in Oxford in the late 1940’s. The famous author, C.S. Lewis (Jack to his friends), lives with his brother Warnie in a village just outside of Oxford. The house is run by Mrs. Moore who is Jack’s adopted mother.


With a mixture of delightful humor, deep emotion and touching poignancy, Shadowlands – brilliantly written by British playwright William Nicholson – traces this wonderful story of true love and the triumph of the human spirit as it rises above the ordeal of terminal illness.

Relative Suprise

When a young American woman turns up unexpectedly on the doorstep of a famous British artist, he is in for more than one surprise. She’s a budding artist and very gregarious while he is renowned for being a recluse who jealously guards his privacy.

Target Practice

Target Practice is uproarious, yet perceptive. Professor Nausea has but one aim – to teach his small class of young fiends the art of tripping up humans (Targets).