THE LATE EDWINA BLACK
By William Dinner & William Morum
Directed by BRENDA MERRIOTT
28th October - 2nd November 2019
Edwina, a rich woman, is dead! She was married to Gregory Black, a school teacher. Her doctor is not happy to sign the death certificate - questions are being asked; suspicion aroused. Who is responsible for Edwina’s death? Could it be Gregory, who married her for her money? Or Lisa, Edwina’s companion, who is in love with Gregory? Or Helen, the housekeeper, who is a beneficiary?
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POETRY & POTTAGE
Poetry & Pottage will be returning for the Autumn on Friday 20th September. It all starts at 7 pm and for just £2.50 there’s a lovely bowl of soup and some great readings. Remember, each reading can last up to four minutes.
TIME OF MY LIFE
By Alan Ayckbourn
Directed by SIMON WALTERS
20th - 25th January 2020
Gerry Stratton, successful Managing Director of a local building and transport company, has arranged a celebration birthday dinner, for his wife, Laura, at their favourite restaurant - Esse di Calvinu - which might be Greek, or Spanish, or possibly Italian, or even Croatian! They are joined by their elder son Glynn with his wife Stephanie, and by younger son Adam with his latest girlfriend, Maureen. During the course of the party unexpected revelations are made which have serious implications for all concerned.
Time works in a strange way for the family. For Gerry and Laura time is always in the present. For Glynn and Stephanie, time moves on, scene by scene, from the birthday party. For Adam and Maureen, time moves backwards, scene by scene, to their first meeting. Thus, we learn, with Glynn and Stephanie the consequences of the birthday party, and with Adam and Maureen what has led up to the party.
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Our next regular housekeeping dates are - Saturdays 7th September and 5th October. Please come and help out between 10-12. And please don’t leave it to the usual few - we could do with some more help!