Our production of the Arthur Miller classic, The Crucible’ recently ended its three night run to excellent reviews with audiences praising the performances from all of the cast, whose talents resulted in a very powerful, gripping and successful production.
Thanks and plaudits must also go to directors, Geoff and Jim, and the backstage crew of Judith, Jenny, Emma, Jane, Stuart, Therese, Paul and Terry. The production itself generated a total of 10 new members and a percentage of ticket sales will be donated to the Alzheimers Society in honour of Jeanne Dauncey, who directed the OCT 1991 production.Video highlights will shortly be available on our YouTube channel.
“Superb, absolutely brilliant”
“Well performed, well directed”
“..totally worth going to see”
Following on the heels of ‘The Crucible’ will be our winter production of ‘THE GHOST TRAIN’, written in 1923 by Arnold Ridley of Dad’s Army fame.
Once noted as ‘the scariest play on stage’, our production will be performed in November and will be directed by Judith Rossiter and Jane Bryant. Casting auditions have already been held and plenty of backstage and technical crew helpers will be required to provide the chilling and unnerving effect of the ‘phantom’ train as it passes the remote station of Fal Vale.
There will be a play reading of the adult-humoured comedy ‘THE OPPOSITE SEX’ by David Tristram ( Last Tango in Grimley, Peas ) on Friday 11th October at Ty Price Hall at 7.30pm. Light refreshments will be available on the evening.
Set in the 1980’s, it is a hilarious farce about two couples, their marital infidelities and its warring consequences. It is intended that this play will be our first production of next year (March) to be directed by Phil Davies and Keith Davis.