'This is a comedy drama well worth seeing, train travel will never  be the same again!'  
Sally Wells, The Daily Fringe

Ever wondered who you are sitting next to on the train? Do overheard conversations, unusual luggage and first impressions make you ponder? Let our Train Conductor carry you away with madcap stories of passion, grief and mystery as he responds to these brief glimpses into the everyday lives of your fellow passengers. 

Network tales After Dark

Studio 31, Dartington Saturday 3rd June 7.30pm Tickets £10/£8
Box Office: 01803 847070 or book online

The Rondo, Bath Wednesday 7th June 8pm Tickets £10/£8
Box Office: 0333 666 3366 or book online

network tales end of the line

Studio 31, Dartington Friday 2nd June 7.30pm Tickets £10/£8
Box Office: 01803 847070 or book online

Winston's Pub Theatre, Seaton Wednesday 14th & Thursday 15th June, 7.30pm
Tickets £7 in advance/£10 on door
Tickets available from Winstons, Harbour Road, and Steves News Ltd, 26 Fore Street, in Seaton. Also from The Little Shop, Colyton. & Archway Bookshop, Axminster.

St Paul's Church, Church Street, Starcross Saturday 8th July, 6.30pm
Tickets £8 (under 15's free)
To reserve a seat contact: becky@restlesstheatre.co.uk or ring 07791 602256

What Audience Members say about the show:

'A fabulously funny and moving evening.' 
'A great show, much hilarity go see it!'
'Surreal, heart‐warming, and funny.'
'So different - and moving.'
'Fantastic production - brilliant acting.'
'Most involved I've ever felt at the theatre. Fun.'
'V. imaginative and enjoyable to watch and be part of - v. engaging and thought provoking too.'

Network Tales End of the Line


Our Train Conductor has been made redundant. However, his final  train  journey  proves  to  be  an  eventful  one  as  he  meets Becky, a young woman who is running away from her fears. Can stories help them both find a way to face up to their uncertain futures? 

Network Tales After Dark (suitable for 16+)

As night falls, some of the passengers though turn to love.  Climb aboard at with Anna and Stuart, and find out if they can get to grips with the less romantic practicalities of making love on the tracks.  As the journey takes a decidedly saucy turn, Stuart is left to make a life changing decision before the train reaches his stop.  With so much on the line, will he make the right choice?

network tales original music

Collaboration with local artists is at the heart of our work. In Network Tales we have been lucky to work with three talented South West musicians, Tom Menary, Benjamin Akira Tallamy and David Everson, to create an original soundtrack for our show.  Check out Tom Menary’s compositions here.