Patrons... Please note that this will be performed in the Playhouse Bar Studio
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We will be showing "A Taste of Honey" on April 30th. Murray Melvin one of the stars in the film is visiting the theatre, he will be talking about his career and there will be a question and answer session in the bar after the film.
Advance warning of the play readings in the Playhouse Bar Studio. The plays are still to be decided so keep your eye out. The dates are:
April 17th - evening - led by Christine Marsh
May 2nd - evening
There are to be two sessions, the first will be on the evening of Thursday the 20th April at 7.00 p.m. for a 7.30 p.m. start in the BAR/STUDIO. Refreshments will be provided. Please use the Bar doors which will be opened at approximately 7.00 p.m.
''What the Butler Saw '' by Jo Orton and to be directed by Keith Royston, will be one of the plays on offer. Our other taster on the same evening, will be for ''Glorious!'' the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, to be directed by John Eastwood. Same times and venue as above.
The second DAYTIME session will take place on Sunday 23rd April at the CARLTON ROOMS the doors will be opened at approximately 1.00. p.m. for a 1.30 p.m. start. Our two plays to be tasted will be.
''The Vicar of Dibley Xmas'' adapted by Joyce Branagh and to be directed by Yvonne Kniveton, and ''Entertaining Angels'' by Richard Everett.
I hope to see you there.
If you should find yourself unable to attend a taster, please express interest in any of the plays on offer by contacting me or any other member of the PS&CC. Alternatively you can, when visiting the Theatre, use the facility of the green room post box to express an interest in a particular play. Kindest regards, John Eastwood.
Bev Clark June 17 and Russell Whiteley GODA Jul 1.
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