“Always A Bridesmaid”
by Jones, Hope, Wooten
Dir: Sonya Cameron
On stage 18 – 21 and 25 – 28 April
Four friends have sworn to keep the promise they made on the night of their Senior Prom: to be in each other's weddings ... no matter what. More than thirty years later, these Southern friends-for-life are still making 'the long walk' for each other, determined to honour that vow.
“Leaves Of Glass”
by Philip Ridley
Dir: Garry Thomas
On stage 14th to 16th and 20th to 23rd June
Auditions: Saturday 21 April (By appointment)
A sharp, complex play about two brothers and the grim hold that their memories have on them. Barry is an artist who works for his older brother Stephen; Stephen is a successful business man with a beautiful wife and house, but absolutely no interest in his wife’s pregnancy. A series of flashback monologues describe the brothers’ father and his suicide, and slowly uncover the depths of their grief and trauma. The characters of the play are haunted by the ghosts of lies that the family has told to keep going and by the pain they have not been able to bury.
By Mike Leigh
On stage 3rd – 6th and 10th – 13th October
A suburban situation comedy of manners, and a satire on the aspirations and tastes of the new middle class that emerged in Britain in the 1970s. Beverly Moss invites her new neighbours, Angela and Tony, who moved into the road just two weeks ago, over for drinks. She has also invited her neighbour Susan (Sue), divorced for three years, whose fifteen-year-old daughter Abigail is holding a party at home.