Upcoming Events

Jul
6
Fri
2018
One Night Only THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES by EVE ENSLER @ WOODFORD COMMUNITY CENTRE
Jul 6 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

 

Twelve women from Players Theatre and Woodford Players are joining together as Stockport Clitorati for ONE NIGHT ONLY to bring you THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES by EVE ENSLER.

The date is FRIDAY JULY 6th at WOODFORD COMMUNITY CENTRE from 7.30pm. The evening’s entertainment will be in support of STOCKPORT WITHOUT ABUSE. Amazing raffle prizes.

Tickets from Geraldine Grieve on ‭0161 485 7704‬. Looking forward to seeing you there.

Sep
29
Sat
2018
‘Come Blow Your Horn’ by Neil Simon @ Players Theatre
Sep 29 all-day

The play tells the story of a young man’s decision to leave the home of his parents for the bachelor pad of his older brother who leads a swinging ’60s lifestyle. Buddy is a 21-year-old virgin and his older brother Alan is a ladies’ man. Alan lives in an apartment in the East Sixties, New York City. But as the play progresses Alan discovers real feelings for one of the many women with whom he is currently sleeping and when she elects to leave him, he falls apart in response. This contrasts Alan’s hunger for companionship with Buddy’s metamorphosis into a ladies’ man himself. The playwright points out the fundamental spiritual and emotional emptiness of the playboy lifestyle for which the younger sibling desperately yearns.

Characters (3m 3f) Alan Baker, Peggy Evans, Buddy Baker, Mr. (Father) Baker, Connie, Mrs. (Mother) Baker

Oct
1
Mon
2018
‘Come Blow Your Horn’ by Neil Simon @ Players Theatre
Oct 1 all-day

The play tells the story of a young man’s decision to leave the home of his parents for the bachelor pad of his older brother who leads a swinging ’60s lifestyle. Buddy is a 21-year-old virgin and his older brother Alan is a ladies’ man. Alan lives in an apartment in the East Sixties, New York City. But as the play progresses Alan discovers real feelings for one of the many women with whom he is currently sleeping and when she elects to leave him, he falls apart in response. This contrasts Alan’s hunger for companionship with Buddy’s metamorphosis into a ladies’ man himself. The playwright points out the fundamental spiritual and emotional emptiness of the playboy lifestyle for which the younger sibling desperately yearns.

Characters (3m 3f) Alan Baker, Peggy Evans, Buddy Baker, Mr. (Father) Baker, Connie, Mrs. (Mother) Baker

Oct
2
Tue
2018
‘Come Blow Your Horn’ by Neil Simon @ Players Theatre
Oct 2 all-day

The play tells the story of a young man’s decision to leave the home of his parents for the bachelor pad of his older brother who leads a swinging ’60s lifestyle. Buddy is a 21-year-old virgin and his older brother Alan is a ladies’ man. Alan lives in an apartment in the East Sixties, New York City. But as the play progresses Alan discovers real feelings for one of the many women with whom he is currently sleeping and when she elects to leave him, he falls apart in response. This contrasts Alan’s hunger for companionship with Buddy’s metamorphosis into a ladies’ man himself. The playwright points out the fundamental spiritual and emotional emptiness of the playboy lifestyle for which the younger sibling desperately yearns.

Characters (3m 3f) Alan Baker, Peggy Evans, Buddy Baker, Mr. (Father) Baker, Connie, Mrs. (Mother) Baker

Oct
3
Wed
2018
‘Come Blow Your Horn’ by Neil Simon @ Players Theatre
Oct 3 all-day

The play tells the story of a young man’s decision to leave the home of his parents for the bachelor pad of his older brother who leads a swinging ’60s lifestyle. Buddy is a 21-year-old virgin and his older brother Alan is a ladies’ man. Alan lives in an apartment in the East Sixties, New York City. But as the play progresses Alan discovers real feelings for one of the many women with whom he is currently sleeping and when she elects to leave him, he falls apart in response. This contrasts Alan’s hunger for companionship with Buddy’s metamorphosis into a ladies’ man himself. The playwright points out the fundamental spiritual and emotional emptiness of the playboy lifestyle for which the younger sibling desperately yearns.

Characters (3m 3f) Alan Baker, Peggy Evans, Buddy Baker, Mr. (Father) Baker, Connie, Mrs. (Mother) Baker

Oct
4
Thu
2018
‘Come Blow Your Horn’ by Neil Simon @ Players Theatre
Oct 4 all-day

The play tells the story of a young man’s decision to leave the home of his parents for the bachelor pad of his older brother who leads a swinging ’60s lifestyle. Buddy is a 21-year-old virgin and his older brother Alan is a ladies’ man. Alan lives in an apartment in the East Sixties, New York City. But as the play progresses Alan discovers real feelings for one of the many women with whom he is currently sleeping and when she elects to leave him, he falls apart in response. This contrasts Alan’s hunger for companionship with Buddy’s metamorphosis into a ladies’ man himself. The playwright points out the fundamental spiritual and emotional emptiness of the playboy lifestyle for which the younger sibling desperately yearns.

Characters (3m 3f) Alan Baker, Peggy Evans, Buddy Baker, Mr. (Father) Baker, Connie, Mrs. (Mother) Baker

Oct
5
Fri
2018
‘Come Blow Your Horn’ by Neil Simon @ Players Theatre
Oct 5 all-day

The play tells the story of a young man’s decision to leave the home of his parents for the bachelor pad of his older brother who leads a swinging ’60s lifestyle. Buddy is a 21-year-old virgin and his older brother Alan is a ladies’ man. Alan lives in an apartment in the East Sixties, New York City. But as the play progresses Alan discovers real feelings for one of the many women with whom he is currently sleeping and when she elects to leave him, he falls apart in response. This contrasts Alan’s hunger for companionship with Buddy’s metamorphosis into a ladies’ man himself. The playwright points out the fundamental spiritual and emotional emptiness of the playboy lifestyle for which the younger sibling desperately yearns.

Characters (3m 3f) Alan Baker, Peggy Evans, Buddy Baker, Mr. (Father) Baker, Connie, Mrs. (Mother) Baker

Oct
6
Sat
2018
‘Come Blow Your Horn’ by Neil Simon @ Players Theatre
Oct 6 all-day

The play tells the story of a young man’s decision to leave the home of his parents for the bachelor pad of his older brother who leads a swinging ’60s lifestyle. Buddy is a 21-year-old virgin and his older brother Alan is a ladies’ man. Alan lives in an apartment in the East Sixties, New York City. But as the play progresses Alan discovers real feelings for one of the many women with whom he is currently sleeping and when she elects to leave him, he falls apart in response. This contrasts Alan’s hunger for companionship with Buddy’s metamorphosis into a ladies’ man himself. The playwright points out the fundamental spiritual and emotional emptiness of the playboy lifestyle for which the younger sibling desperately yearns.

Characters (3m 3f) Alan Baker, Peggy Evans, Buddy Baker, Mr. (Father) Baker, Connie, Mrs. (Mother) Baker

Nov
17
Sat
2018
‘Two’ by Jim Cartwright @ Players Theatre
Nov 17 all-day

Saturday 29th September 2018 to Saturday 6th October 2018

Taking place over the course of one evening in a typical Northern pub, Jim Cartwright’s ‘Two’ famously features fourteen diverse characters played by just two actors, as various members of the local community pull up a stool and let us into their lives. Written in 1989 but still astonishingly real today, this much performed yet no less loved two-hander by the celebrated Lancastrian playwright waltzes the audience through a spectrum of human emotion, weaving a rich tapestry of life in a working class town through intimate insights into the lives
of the colourful pub regulars. A bickering husband and wife and the dozen regulars who pass through their pub in an evening are played by two actors. Each vignette skilfully combines pathos and humour. When a little boy is left behind by his father, a fragile reconciliation occurs as their own dark tragedy is revealed.

Characters (1m 1f) Actor 1 Actor 2

Nov
19
Mon
2018
‘Two’ by Jim Cartwright @ Players Theatre
Nov 19 all-day

Saturday 29th September 2018 to Saturday 6th October 2018

Taking place over the course of one evening in a typical Northern pub, Jim Cartwright’s ‘Two’ famously features fourteen diverse characters played by just two actors, as various members of the local community pull up a stool and let us into their lives. Written in 1989 but still astonishingly real today, this much performed yet no less loved two-hander by the celebrated Lancastrian playwright waltzes the audience through a spectrum of human emotion, weaving a rich tapestry of life in a working class town through intimate insights into the lives
of the colourful pub regulars. A bickering husband and wife and the dozen regulars who pass through their pub in an evening are played by two actors. Each vignette skilfully combines pathos and humour. When a little boy is left behind by his father, a fragile reconciliation occurs as their own dark tragedy is revealed.

Characters (1m 1f) Actor 1 Actor 2

Nov
20
Tue
2018
‘Two’ by Jim Cartwright @ Players Theatre
Nov 20 all-day

Saturday 29th September 2018 to Saturday 6th October 2018

Taking place over the course of one evening in a typical Northern pub, Jim Cartwright’s ‘Two’ famously features fourteen diverse characters played by just two actors, as various members of the local community pull up a stool and let us into their lives. Written in 1989 but still astonishingly real today, this much performed yet no less loved two-hander by the celebrated Lancastrian playwright waltzes the audience through a spectrum of human emotion, weaving a rich tapestry of life in a working class town through intimate insights into the lives
of the colourful pub regulars. A bickering husband and wife and the dozen regulars who pass through their pub in an evening are played by two actors. Each vignette skilfully combines pathos and humour. When a little boy is left behind by his father, a fragile reconciliation occurs as their own dark tragedy is revealed.

Characters (1m 1f) Actor 1 Actor 2

Nov
21
Wed
2018
‘Two’ by Jim Cartwright @ Players Theatre
Nov 21 all-day

Saturday 29th September 2018 to Saturday 6th October 2018

Taking place over the course of one evening in a typical Northern pub, Jim Cartwright’s ‘Two’ famously features fourteen diverse characters played by just two actors, as various members of the local community pull up a stool and let us into their lives. Written in 1989 but still astonishingly real today, this much performed yet no less loved two-hander by the celebrated Lancastrian playwright waltzes the audience through a spectrum of human emotion, weaving a rich tapestry of life in a working class town through intimate insights into the lives
of the colourful pub regulars. A bickering husband and wife and the dozen regulars who pass through their pub in an evening are played by two actors. Each vignette skilfully combines pathos and humour. When a little boy is left behind by his father, a fragile reconciliation occurs as their own dark tragedy is revealed.

Characters (1m 1f) Actor 1 Actor 2

Nov
22
Thu
2018
‘Two’ by Jim Cartwright @ Players Theatre
Nov 22 all-day

Saturday 29th September 2018 to Saturday 6th October 2018

Taking place over the course of one evening in a typical Northern pub, Jim Cartwright’s ‘Two’ famously features fourteen diverse characters played by just two actors, as various members of the local community pull up a stool and let us into their lives. Written in 1989 but still astonishingly real today, this much performed yet no less loved two-hander by the celebrated Lancastrian playwright waltzes the audience through a spectrum of human emotion, weaving a rich tapestry of life in a working class town through intimate insights into the lives
of the colourful pub regulars. A bickering husband and wife and the dozen regulars who pass through their pub in an evening are played by two actors. Each vignette skilfully combines pathos and humour. When a little boy is left behind by his father, a fragile reconciliation occurs as their own dark tragedy is revealed.

Characters (1m 1f) Actor 1 Actor 2

Nov
23
Fri
2018
‘Two’ by Jim Cartwright @ Players Theatre
Nov 23 all-day

Saturday 29th September 2018 to Saturday 6th October 2018

Taking place over the course of one evening in a typical Northern pub, Jim Cartwright’s ‘Two’ famously features fourteen diverse characters played by just two actors, as various members of the local community pull up a stool and let us into their lives. Written in 1989 but still astonishingly real today, this much performed yet no less loved two-hander by the celebrated Lancastrian playwright waltzes the audience through a spectrum of human emotion, weaving a rich tapestry of life in a working class town through intimate insights into the lives
of the colourful pub regulars. A bickering husband and wife and the dozen regulars who pass through their pub in an evening are played by two actors. Each vignette skilfully combines pathos and humour. When a little boy is left behind by his father, a fragile reconciliation occurs as their own dark tragedy is revealed.

Characters (1m 1f) Actor 1 Actor 2

Nov
24
Sat
2018
‘Two’ by Jim Cartwright @ Players Theatre
Nov 24 all-day

Saturday 29th September 2018 to Saturday 6th October 2018

Taking place over the course of one evening in a typical Northern pub, Jim Cartwright’s ‘Two’ famously features fourteen diverse characters played by just two actors, as various members of the local community pull up a stool and let us into their lives. Written in 1989 but still astonishingly real today, this much performed yet no less loved two-hander by the celebrated Lancastrian playwright waltzes the audience through a spectrum of human emotion, weaving a rich tapestry of life in a working class town through intimate insights into the lives
of the colourful pub regulars. A bickering husband and wife and the dozen regulars who pass through their pub in an evening are played by two actors. Each vignette skilfully combines pathos and humour. When a little boy is left behind by his father, a fragile reconciliation occurs as their own dark tragedy is revealed.

Characters (1m 1f) Actor 1 Actor 2

Mar
9
Sat
2019
‘Hindle Wakes’ by Stanley Houghton @ Players Theatre
Mar 9 all-day

The play is set in the fictional mill town of Hindle in Lancashire in England, and concerns two young persons, Fanny Hawthorn and Alan Jeffcote, who are discovered to have been having what would now be called a “dirty weekend” during their holiday, during the town’s wakes week. Class is a major plot point in the play; Fanny is a mill-hand in the factory owned by Alan’s father and their respective fathers once worked together before Mr Jeffcote senior rose to owning a mill, while Mr Hawthorn continued as a mill worker. After initial reluctance on the part of Mr Jeffcote senior, and the outright opposition of his wife (who suspects Fanny of being a gold-digger), the families pressure the couple to get married. Greatly to the surprise of everyone (including Alan) Fanny refuses. She makes it clear that she regarded the dalliance with Alan as “a bit of fun” and considers him a poor choice for a husband. She is disowned by her people but expresses confidence that her skills as a weaver will allow her to support herself in the future.

Characters (4m 5f) Mrs Hawthorn, Christopher Hawthorn, Fanny Hawthorn, Mrs Jeffcote, Nathaniel Jeffcote, Alan Jeffcote, Sir Timothy Farrar, Beatrice Farrar, Ada the Maid

Mar
11
Mon
2019
‘Hindle Wakes’ by Stanley Houghton @ Players Theatre
Mar 11 all-day

The play is set in the fictional mill town of Hindle in Lancashire in England, and concerns two young persons, Fanny Hawthorn and Alan Jeffcote, who are discovered to have been having what would now be called a “dirty weekend” during their holiday, during the town’s wakes week. Class is a major plot point in the play; Fanny is a mill-hand in the factory owned by Alan’s father and their respective fathers once worked together before Mr Jeffcote senior rose to owning a mill, while Mr Hawthorn continued as a mill worker. After initial reluctance on the part of Mr Jeffcote senior, and the outright opposition of his wife (who suspects Fanny of being a gold-digger), the families pressure the couple to get married. Greatly to the surprise of everyone (including Alan) Fanny refuses. She makes it clear that she regarded the dalliance with Alan as “a bit of fun” and considers him a poor choice for a husband. She is disowned by her people but expresses confidence that her skills as a weaver will allow her to support herself in the future.

Characters (4m 5f) Mrs Hawthorn, Christopher Hawthorn, Fanny Hawthorn, Mrs Jeffcote, Nathaniel Jeffcote, Alan Jeffcote, Sir Timothy Farrar, Beatrice Farrar, Ada the Maid

Mar
12
Tue
2019
‘Hindle Wakes’ by Stanley Houghton @ Players Theatre
Mar 12 all-day

The play is set in the fictional mill town of Hindle in Lancashire in England, and concerns two young persons, Fanny Hawthorn and Alan Jeffcote, who are discovered to have been having what would now be called a “dirty weekend” during their holiday, during the town’s wakes week. Class is a major plot point in the play; Fanny is a mill-hand in the factory owned by Alan’s father and their respective fathers once worked together before Mr Jeffcote senior rose to owning a mill, while Mr Hawthorn continued as a mill worker. After initial reluctance on the part of Mr Jeffcote senior, and the outright opposition of his wife (who suspects Fanny of being a gold-digger), the families pressure the couple to get married. Greatly to the surprise of everyone (including Alan) Fanny refuses. She makes it clear that she regarded the dalliance with Alan as “a bit of fun” and considers him a poor choice for a husband. She is disowned by her people but expresses confidence that her skills as a weaver will allow her to support herself in the future.

Characters (4m 5f) Mrs Hawthorn, Christopher Hawthorn, Fanny Hawthorn, Mrs Jeffcote, Nathaniel Jeffcote, Alan Jeffcote, Sir Timothy Farrar, Beatrice Farrar, Ada the Maid

Mar
13
Wed
2019
‘Hindle Wakes’ by Stanley Houghton @ Players Theatre
Mar 13 all-day

The play is set in the fictional mill town of Hindle in Lancashire in England, and concerns two young persons, Fanny Hawthorn and Alan Jeffcote, who are discovered to have been having what would now be called a “dirty weekend” during their holiday, during the town’s wakes week. Class is a major plot point in the play; Fanny is a mill-hand in the factory owned by Alan’s father and their respective fathers once worked together before Mr Jeffcote senior rose to owning a mill, while Mr Hawthorn continued as a mill worker. After initial reluctance on the part of Mr Jeffcote senior, and the outright opposition of his wife (who suspects Fanny of being a gold-digger), the families pressure the couple to get married. Greatly to the surprise of everyone (including Alan) Fanny refuses. She makes it clear that she regarded the dalliance with Alan as “a bit of fun” and considers him a poor choice for a husband. She is disowned by her people but expresses confidence that her skills as a weaver will allow her to support herself in the future.

Characters (4m 5f) Mrs Hawthorn, Christopher Hawthorn, Fanny Hawthorn, Mrs Jeffcote, Nathaniel Jeffcote, Alan Jeffcote, Sir Timothy Farrar, Beatrice Farrar, Ada the Maid

Mar
14
Thu
2019
‘Hindle Wakes’ by Stanley Houghton @ Players Theatre
Mar 14 all-day

The play is set in the fictional mill town of Hindle in Lancashire in England, and concerns two young persons, Fanny Hawthorn and Alan Jeffcote, who are discovered to have been having what would now be called a “dirty weekend” during their holiday, during the town’s wakes week. Class is a major plot point in the play; Fanny is a mill-hand in the factory owned by Alan’s father and their respective fathers once worked together before Mr Jeffcote senior rose to owning a mill, while Mr Hawthorn continued as a mill worker. After initial reluctance on the part of Mr Jeffcote senior, and the outright opposition of his wife (who suspects Fanny of being a gold-digger), the families pressure the couple to get married. Greatly to the surprise of everyone (including Alan) Fanny refuses. She makes it clear that she regarded the dalliance with Alan as “a bit of fun” and considers him a poor choice for a husband. She is disowned by her people but expresses confidence that her skills as a weaver will allow her to support herself in the future.

Characters (4m 5f) Mrs Hawthorn, Christopher Hawthorn, Fanny Hawthorn, Mrs Jeffcote, Nathaniel Jeffcote, Alan Jeffcote, Sir Timothy Farrar, Beatrice Farrar, Ada the Maid

Mar
15
Fri
2019
‘Hindle Wakes’ by Stanley Houghton @ Players Theatre
Mar 15 all-day

The play is set in the fictional mill town of Hindle in Lancashire in England, and concerns two young persons, Fanny Hawthorn and Alan Jeffcote, who are discovered to have been having what would now be called a “dirty weekend” during their holiday, during the town’s wakes week. Class is a major plot point in the play; Fanny is a mill-hand in the factory owned by Alan’s father and their respective fathers once worked together before Mr Jeffcote senior rose to owning a mill, while Mr Hawthorn continued as a mill worker. After initial reluctance on the part of Mr Jeffcote senior, and the outright opposition of his wife (who suspects Fanny of being a gold-digger), the families pressure the couple to get married. Greatly to the surprise of everyone (including Alan) Fanny refuses. She makes it clear that she regarded the dalliance with Alan as “a bit of fun” and considers him a poor choice for a husband. She is disowned by her people but expresses confidence that her skills as a weaver will allow her to support herself in the future.

Characters (4m 5f) Mrs Hawthorn, Christopher Hawthorn, Fanny Hawthorn, Mrs Jeffcote, Nathaniel Jeffcote, Alan Jeffcote, Sir Timothy Farrar, Beatrice Farrar, Ada the Maid

Mar
16
Sat
2019
‘Hindle Wakes’ by Stanley Houghton @ Players Theatre
Mar 16 all-day

The play is set in the fictional mill town of Hindle in Lancashire in England, and concerns two young persons, Fanny Hawthorn and Alan Jeffcote, who are discovered to have been having what would now be called a “dirty weekend” during their holiday, during the town’s wakes week. Class is a major plot point in the play; Fanny is a mill-hand in the factory owned by Alan’s father and their respective fathers once worked together before Mr Jeffcote senior rose to owning a mill, while Mr Hawthorn continued as a mill worker. After initial reluctance on the part of Mr Jeffcote senior, and the outright opposition of his wife (who suspects Fanny of being a gold-digger), the families pressure the couple to get married. Greatly to the surprise of everyone (including Alan) Fanny refuses. She makes it clear that she regarded the dalliance with Alan as “a bit of fun” and considers him a poor choice for a husband. She is disowned by her people but expresses confidence that her skills as a weaver will allow her to support herself in the future.

Characters (4m 5f) Mrs Hawthorn, Christopher Hawthorn, Fanny Hawthorn, Mrs Jeffcote, Nathaniel Jeffcote, Alan Jeffcote, Sir Timothy Farrar, Beatrice Farrar, Ada the Maid

May
11
Sat
2019
‘Summer End’ by Eric Chappell @ Players Theatre
May 11 all-day

Emily Baines and May Brewer share a room in a retirement home. Emily’s previous room-mate, Bella, died not long ago. Iron-willed but forgetful, Emily is certain that Bella was murdered by one of the carers, and she has evidence to prove it. When her evidence disappears and Bella’s sapphire ring is found among her possessions Emily cannot remember enough about her own past actions to stop the finger of suspicion pointing at her. It is not until May is attacked that the mystery is solved.

Characters (1m 4f) Emily Baines, May Brewer, Sally, Mrs Lang, Alan Baines

May
13
Mon
2019
‘Summer End’ by Eric Chappell @ Players Theatre
May 13 all-day

Emily Baines and May Brewer share a room in a retirement home. Emily’s previous room-mate, Bella, died not long ago. Iron-willed but forgetful, Emily is certain that Bella was murdered by one of the carers, and she has evidence to prove it. When her evidence disappears and Bella’s sapphire ring is found among her possessions Emily cannot remember enough about her own past actions to stop the finger of suspicion pointing at her. It is not until May is attacked that the mystery is solved.

Characters (1m 4f) Emily Baines, May Brewer, Sally, Mrs Lang, Alan Baines

May
14
Tue
2019
‘Summer End’ by Eric Chappell @ Players Theatre
May 14 all-day

Emily Baines and May Brewer share a room in a retirement home. Emily’s previous room-mate, Bella, died not long ago. Iron-willed but forgetful, Emily is certain that Bella was murdered by one of the carers, and she has evidence to prove it. When her evidence disappears and Bella’s sapphire ring is found among her possessions Emily cannot remember enough about her own past actions to stop the finger of suspicion pointing at her. It is not until May is attacked that the mystery is solved.

Characters (1m 4f) Emily Baines, May Brewer, Sally, Mrs Lang, Alan Baines

May
15
Wed
2019
‘Summer End’ by Eric Chappell @ Players Theatre
May 15 all-day

Emily Baines and May Brewer share a room in a retirement home. Emily’s previous room-mate, Bella, died not long ago. Iron-willed but forgetful, Emily is certain that Bella was murdered by one of the carers, and she has evidence to prove it. When her evidence disappears and Bella’s sapphire ring is found among her possessions Emily cannot remember enough about her own past actions to stop the finger of suspicion pointing at her. It is not until May is attacked that the mystery is solved.

Characters (1m 4f) Emily Baines, May Brewer, Sally, Mrs Lang, Alan Baines

May
16
Thu
2019
‘Summer End’ by Eric Chappell @ Players Theatre
May 16 all-day

Emily Baines and May Brewer share a room in a retirement home. Emily’s previous room-mate, Bella, died not long ago. Iron-willed but forgetful, Emily is certain that Bella was murdered by one of the carers, and she has evidence to prove it. When her evidence disappears and Bella’s sapphire ring is found among her possessions Emily cannot remember enough about her own past actions to stop the finger of suspicion pointing at her. It is not until May is attacked that the mystery is solved.

Characters (1m 4f) Emily Baines, May Brewer, Sally, Mrs Lang, Alan Baines

May
17
Fri
2019
‘Summer End’ by Eric Chappell @ Players Theatre
May 17 all-day

Emily Baines and May Brewer share a room in a retirement home. Emily’s previous room-mate, Bella, died not long ago. Iron-willed but forgetful, Emily is certain that Bella was murdered by one of the carers, and she has evidence to prove it. When her evidence disappears and Bella’s sapphire ring is found among her possessions Emily cannot remember enough about her own past actions to stop the finger of suspicion pointing at her. It is not until May is attacked that the mystery is solved.

Characters (1m 4f) Emily Baines, May Brewer, Sally, Mrs Lang, Alan Baines

May
18
Sat
2019
‘Summer End’ by Eric Chappell @ Players Theatre
May 18 all-day

Emily Baines and May Brewer share a room in a retirement home. Emily’s previous room-mate, Bella, died not long ago. Iron-willed but forgetful, Emily is certain that Bella was murdered by one of the carers, and she has evidence to prove it. When her evidence disappears and Bella’s sapphire ring is found among her possessions Emily cannot remember enough about her own past actions to stop the finger of suspicion pointing at her. It is not until May is attacked that the mystery is solved.

Characters (1m 4f) Emily Baines, May Brewer, Sally, Mrs Lang, Alan Baines