Past productions
    The Field has a long and successful track record in the creation of all kinds of productions from Shakespeare ... to multi-media touring shows and films

    2016. Riot in the Blood
    HLF funded drama documentary. See our film page for full details.  

    2015. The Horseman's Word. 
    HLF funded drama documentary. See our film page for full details.     

    2014. Field of War.
    Community play. A moving tribute in music, drama, poetry and songs of the period. Featuring special location footage shot at the Khaki-Devils trenches in Suffolk, inter-cut with archive footage from the Imperial War Museum.
    Field of War traces the progress of the war from the early days of optimism and excitement, through to the disillusionment and horror of trench warfare. 
    The cast were tutored by choir master and music director Tim London, who also brought his excellent musicians to play in the band.
    The production was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, and forms part of the Littleport Festival Fourteen series of events organised by The Field in Littleport this November.
    Writer/dir. Deborah Curtis.  
    Producer and production design Jennifer Stevens.
    Music director. Tim London.
    Location footage Jack Stevens.

    2012   CounterCulture 
    An art and writing project funded by the Co-operative Community Fund, exploring the stories and secrets, memories and surprises, contained within the humble shopping receipt. 
     Exhibition, creative writing, poetry competition.

    2011 Land Lines 
    An imaginative multi-media exploration of the Fens, incorporating music, drama, film,sound,  live action and photography. The production explores the relationship between landscape and memory, the passage of time and its effects on individuals and communities.
    (The opening section of Land Lines was awarded joint 1st prize in Cambs County Council's writing competition.
    A Sense of Place, 2018).

    2010  Common Ground
    Community film.  A 35 minute drama documentary featuring a cast of approximately seventy local non-professional actors, an original score, songs, music and animals. 

    Writer/dir.  Deborah Curtis.
    Producer / production design Jennifer Stevens, 
    Dir. of photography Peter Harmer.
    Workshop dir. Tom Marty of Public Arena.
    Original score by Lewis Newman.
    Songs    by John Crowe.

    2010   Winter Fen 
    Seasonal show featuring new drama, poetry, music, song, story-telling and film. 
    The show included Martha's Secret  A wartime drama about the capture of double agent  Eddie Chapman at Apes Hall Farm, Littleport. and Hetty Peglar's Christmas  A brand new adaptation of a traditional Fenland Christmas ghost story.

    2008  What the Dickens ! 
    Outdoor street entertainment for the Littleport Christmas street fair, featuring songs, sketches and Victorian patter.

    2007   A Midsummer Night's Dream.  
    A large-scale open air production staged at dusk, at midsummer, in the magical setting of a woodland glade situated in Millfield  CP School, Littleport. Featuring a cast of fifty, with live animals.

    Adaptor/dir. Deborah Curtis.
    Workshop dir. Tom Marty of Public Arena.
    Producer & production design Jennifer Stevens.

    2007    Littleport Live Nativity 
    By popular demand. A re-staging of our large-scale Nativity performance.

    2006  Beating the Bounds  
    An open air 'walk and talk' production on the theme of landscape and environment.2006 Winter Light. A candle-lit evening of poetry, music and drama staged in St Georges' church, Littleport.

    2006 Winter Light.
    A candle-lit evening of poetry, music and drama staged in St Georges' church, Littleport.

    2005  Riot !
    A week long series of drama workshops with approximately fifty participants, culminating in a re-enactment of the
    events surrounding the Littleport riots.Workshop leader, Tom Marty.

    2005 Littleport Live Nativity
    A large-scale Nativity production featuring a massed choir, torch-lit procession  and live animals.