The wait is over: new season announced

For those of you have eagerly been waiting to find out what our new 2017-18 season will be – wait no longer.

boredom-1977519_960_720Thank you for your patience but as always it has been a challenge to find plays that tick all the boxes, not least the matching of members’ availability.

But now we have obtained scripts and licences to perform and we can announce the programme.

This coming season we are pleased to have found three plays that cover a range of comedy genres from three different playwrights; a lighthearted and sentimental comedy drama from the pen of Peter Gordon, always popular with our audiences; some clever humour from the master, Alan Ayckbourn, with a less well known and quite different play – if you like Ayckbourn you’ll love it. If you don’t like Ayckbourn – you’ll love it.  And finally we bring most of our members onto the stage to bring you an hilarious farce from the master of farce; Ray Cooney.

Right, time to get out pen, stylus or finger and open your diary, online calendar or whatever and reserve your viewing dates.

Generations Apart by Peter Gordon    October 26th, 27th, 28th 2017 

RolePlay by Alan Ayckbourn     January 25th, 26th, 27th 2018  

It Runs In The Family by Ray Cooney    April 26th, 27th, 28th 2018

Watch out for the next posts which will give full details on each play and our latest ticketing news.  

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