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An entertaining evening of Four One Act Plays by the two masters of their craft….

Bennett and Aykbourn



Our programme opens with Say Something Happened a comedy written by Alan Bennett.

Directed by Len Jackson.

The Local Council wants a register of elderly people in the area. They send eager but green June to see Mam and Dad.
Is she out of her depth?

This is followed by three delightful short plays taken from Alan Ayckbourn’s Confusions.
Geoff Soar directs Mother Figureand Between Mouthfuls– Two comedies dealing with human eccentricities and the dilemma of loneliness.

David Valentine directs Gosforth’s Fêtebringing the evening to a riotous conclusion. Gosforth, ostensibly a born leader of men and organiser of the village fête, succeedsonly in reducing the event to a hilarious farce.

A cast of fifteen actors come together for a delightful evening of theatre.

The evening performances for four nights only, Tuesday 20th to Friday 23rd November,
Doors open 7.00pm for 7.30pm performances.

PLEASE NOTE: We are performing a MATINEE at 2.30 pm on Saturday 24th November.



TICKETS: Adults £8.00


Comments from the audience:

Myself and three friends made our first visit last night to see one of your productions.  We were absolutely amazed at the high standard of acting and had a wonderful entertaining evening.  I wonder if it is possible to add my details to any mailing list you might have for future performance details as we would all like to see more of your shows.  Many thanks.


We saw our U3A bridge group yesterday afternoon. Many of them attended the Plays last week. They were full of praise for them and described the evening as ‘generally feel-good entertainment’ among other things. (Mention was made of how hilarious the local councillor was!).

Gordon (of NANDA) saying what a wonderful afternoon they had had on Saturday and wanting our address so he could send a card.

A lady in Radcliffe on Trent said she had been to see us for the first time and had a wonderful experience (‘it may be the first but certainly not the last’).