The Exorcism 10th – 15th November

The Exorcism is on from 10th – 15th November, and booking will open very soon.  Come if you dare.  This play was originally one of the BBC’s “Dead of Night” productions in the 1970’s, and many people still remember it as one of the most frightening experiences of their youth.

Phone 536 1858, but be quick as tickets usually sell out quite quickly.

Audition Readings for Agatha Crusty – Tuesday 21st October

The audition reading for Agatha Crusty and the Village Hall Murders will be on Tuesday, 21st October in The Little Theatre from 7.00pm.

It should be a good laugh, even if it’s not quite Checkov.  Production dates are 8th – 13th June, 2015, so there’s plenty of time to learn lines.

Parts are as follows:

Harry – the village hall caretaker, cynical, worldly-wise, down-to-earth

Agatha – crime novelist, unassuming, but very smart

Alice – Agatha’s sister-in-law, pleasant, unpretentious

Olivia – upper crust, landed gentry type, with less land than she’d like

Eleanor – chair of the hall committee, mother superior type

Twigg – Detective Inspector of extraordinary incompetence

Maisie – cleaner, pleasant, but not afraid to call a spade a spade

Toby – vicar, generally genial and a little naive, but can be forceful

PC Lockett – village bobby, cousin to Harry

Isabella – pub landlady, mumsy type, with definite pretensions

Oliver – Olivia’s brother, who, except for the hair, looks the same

Mandy – model, young, streetwise girl