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The Petuaria Players 2019-2020 Season

Our season is underway and you can find our programme of entertainment shown below.


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October 24th, 25th, 26th 2019 7.30pm
Elloughton-Brough Village Hall

PASSING STRANGERS a comedy by Eric Chappell

“Fickle thing, memory.”  Malcolm discovers how true his words are when he takes his friend Clive to a singles’ evening.  Clive, a hospital porter masquerading as a doctor, has just been left by his wife, while Malcolm is a confirmed bachelor and “big in imports” – really a market stall trader.  In the deserted hotel bar, to the depressing soundtrack of the next-door ballroom, they meet two recent divorcees; upwardly mobile Julie and cynical, defiant Liz. Malcolm is determined to break down Liz’s defences while trying to pair off Clive with Julie.  But the women have a few tricks of their own, and Malcolm soon finds that life, like the evening, is full of surprises.


January 30th, 31st, Feb 1st 2020 7.30pm
Elloughton-Brough Village Hall

SAY IT WITH FLOWERS a comedy by Jane Thornton

Fresh off the back of their latest amateur dramatics production, the Parish Players learn that circumstances beyond their control are forcing them to abandon the Parish Hall.  Without anywhere to stage their plays, they decide to pull on their gardening gloves and enter the regional ‘Village in Bloom’ competition in order to express their artistic flair.  But not everyone is keen on the idea, and the seeds are quickly sown for an hilarious yet touching exploration of a village’s competitive streak, when opposing forces collide and relationships suddenly sit on opposite sides of the fence in a world where not everything is coming up roses.


April 30th, May 1st, 2nd 2020 7.30pm
Elloughton-Brough Village Hall

FLATSPIN a comedy by Alan Ayckbourn

A night of romance in her luxurious riverside apartment with the good-looking stranger from next door; How can Joanna possibly go wrong?  Except the flat isn’t hers, her name is not Joanna, it’s Rosie (she’s an actress), and heaven knows what the good-looking stranger is really after.  Instead of romance comes considerable danger…..Rosie’s only way out is to play the role to the end.


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