Fri 7th, Sat 8th, Fri 14th, Sat 15th September 2018,
Welsh Church Hall

Bouncers and Shakers

by John Godber and Jane Thornton

Please see the production page for details.

Tue 25th September, Fri 28th September, 7.30pm, Welsh Church Hall

Auditions for Puss in Boots

Full audition details for this production can be found via the Puss in Boots page.

Tue 2nd October, 7.30pm, Welsh Church Hall

Play Reading Pub Night

What is a Play Reading Pub Night? Click here to find out.

This evening we will be reading Tartuffe by Moliere.

Tartuffe (1669) is one of the most famous plays by Moliere, the comedy genius of the French classical period. Louis XIV, the "Sun King" was himself a patron of actor-manager Moliere's company. A high bourgeois family has been infiltrated by Tartuffe, who has convinced the head of family Orgon that he is a man of great piety and goodness who has fallen on hard times. The rest of the family and a garrulous servant attempt to persuade Orgon of his error. The stakes are high, and Orgon's wife Elmire is driven to desperate measures... The play is written in verse, slick rhyming couplets of 10 syllables in American poet Richard Wilbur's exuberant translation first published in 1971. There are 11 speaking parts.

Non-members are always welcome to these evenings, and because it's a Play Reading Pub Night, you're more than welcome.

Hosted by Oliver Clement.

Tue 9th October, 7.30pm, Welsh Church Hall

Play choosing

Please see our play choosing guidelines for further information.

This evening we will be choosing our productions the Double (or Triple) Bill in March 2019 . Production proposals should be sent to the Secretary by Friday 5th October.

The production dates are as follows:
8th, 9th, 15th and 16th of March,

Fri 26th, Sat 27th October
Fri 2nd, Sat 3rd November 2018,
Welsh Church Hall

The Jurassic Parks

by Superbolt Theatre

Please see the production page for details.

Fri 11th, Sat 12th January
Fri 18th, Sat 19th January 2019,
Welsh Church Hall

Puss in Boots

by tlc Creative

Please see the production page for details.


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