A great theatrical tradition is being revived at Windsor’s Theatre Royal this summer.

It began life as a repertory theatre with one company staging a different show every week.

The tradition will be revived this year for three weeks from July 24 to August 10, when one company will perform three very different productions for one week each.

Dangerous Corner by J B Priestley is a dramatic piece from the 1930s about an apparently close knit family and friends.

Ray Cooney’s Wife Begins at 40 offers a comedic look at a marriage gone stale. While The King’s Speech by David Seidler tells the story of Britain wartime King George VI and how he overcame chronic shyness and a lifelong stammer to address the nation at a time when he was most needed.

The plays will be performed under the overall heading Made for Windsor.