A PLEASANTLY UNPLEASANT EVENING OF MURDER
Featuring - 'Five Kinds of Silence' by Shelagh Stephenson & 'The Dumb Waiter' by Harold Pinter
Directed by JAMIE POTTS
22nd - 27th January 2018
Five Kinds Of Silence - Tells the story of a family living under the power of the vicious Billy, who physically and emotionally abuses his wife, Mary, and children; Susan and Janet.
The Dumb Waiter - Two 'hit-men', Ben and Gus, are waiting in a basement room for their assignment.
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by Richard Stockwell
directed by IAN BLACK
9th - 14th April 2018
Rick has helped out Jane when she couldn't pay in the supermarket. There is clearly sexual tension between them, as she gives Rick a lift home and comes in for a drink. They exchange information about themselves in a form of foreplay, but this begins to expose their true reasons for being there. Jane's husband is suspected of murdering his mistress. Rick has been sending threatening letters to Jane's husband to implicate him in the murder. Rick has a score to settle with Jane's husband from his past. He is an ex-con and was double crossed by Jane's husband. He intends to kill him and wants Jane to help. Further twists implicate both of them of orchestrating the situation as the play progresses.
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