Salisbury Playhouse is one of Britain's leading producing theatres, with a national reputation for home-grown work of the highest quality that attracts audiences from across Wiltshire, Hampshire, Dorset and beyond. The building comprises the 517-seat Main House, the 149-seat Salberg, a purpose-built Rehearsal Room and Community & Education Space. There is also an on-site scenery workshop, wardrobe and props store. In addition to producing its own productions and welcoming the UK's leading touring companies, Salisbury Playhouse's extensive Take Part programme engages with more than 14,000 people of all ages each year. As well as this production of Little Shop of Horrors with the Mercury Theatre Colchester, 2015 includes Posh, a co-production with Nottingham Playhouse, a revival of 84 Charing Cross Road starring Janie Dee and Clive Francis (the play premiered in Salisbury in 1981), the fourth annual Theatre Fest West, celebrating some of the best companies from across the region, and productions to mark the 800th anniversary of the signing of Magna Carta. The Magna Carta Plays are four new short plays by internationally renowned writers Howard Brenton, Anders Lustgarten, Timberlake Wertenbaker and Sally Woodcock. To be produced this Autumn, they are part of Original Drama, Salisbury Playhouse's commitment to producing new work. 2014 saw the premiere of Worst Wedding Ever by Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall and this year's projects included Every You Every Me, a new play by Critics Circle Award winner Barney Norris, produced in association with Wiltshire Council.