An eclectic three-week festival, a repertory season of two plays about power and change by two women playwrights, and the company’s first panto – Belvoir is taking a different approach to its programming for the last few months of this year.

Artistic Director Eamon Flack admits the company went through “about seven or eight different versions of what to do, because it’s such a weird thing, like having this little rump of the year,” he says referring to the three and a half months that had not yet been programmed. “What to do with three and a half months? So, what we’ve decided is Part Two 2 comes in three parts,” he says.

Sacha Horler and Angeline Penrith will be part of the cast who will perform Caryl Churchill’s Light Shining in Buckinghamshireand Alana Valentine’s Wayside Bridein repertory. Photograph © Dan Boud

The first part is the Festival of Everything, which features nine acts across various genres –...