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November 2020

The South Devon Players Theatre & Film Company

The South Devon Players Theatre & Film Company
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Jack The Ripper

Directed by Laura Jury

Jack The Ripper

UK
Devon


Torquay Museum - Oct 30th 2020: 7.30pm
529 Babbacombe Road, Torquay, Devon TQ1 1HG
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Tickets £10 (£8 concs)

Brixham Theatre - November 6th: 7.30pm & November 7th: 2.30pm, 7.30pm
Brixham Theatre, Bolton Cross, New Rd, Brixham, Devon TQ5 8TA
Telephone box office: 01803 415987
Tickets £10 (£8 concs)

Plymouth: Stoke Damerel Church - November 14th 2020: 7.30pm
Stoke Damerel Church, 85 Paradise Rd, Plymouth, Devon PL1 5QP
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Tickets £10 (£8 concs)

St Thomas The Martyr, November 20th 2020 - 7.30pm
St Thomas The Martyr Church, Thomas Lane, Bristol, BS1 6JG
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A stage drama about London's famous Victorian serial killer.
(content advisory that this show contains bloody scenes, and depicts prostitution & opium use)
Directed by Laura Jury (our company founder)
Content advisories: General Suitability: Mid teens & adults
Strong Language: Mild | Violence: frequent: strong | Sex/ nudity: mild implied | Strobe lighting: No | Loud sound FX: TBC | Other: Scenes of opium use and prostitution

Posted 11/03/2020

 

Whetstone Drama Group

Whetstone Drama Group
whetstonedrama.co.uk

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The Lady In The Van

Directed by Ben Cutler-Thomas

The Lady In The Van

UK
Leicestershire


Venue: United Reformed Church Hall, Whetstone

Box Office: 07410 697569 or www.whetstonedrama.co.uk
Tickets £8


25 - 28 November 2020 7.30pm

The Lady in the Van tells the true story of Alan Bennett's somewhat strained friendship with Miss Mary Shepherd, a crabby, eccentric and unsanitary homeless woman whom Bennett befriended in the 1970s before allowing her to park her Bedford van in the driveway of his Camden home for three months.

Posted 01/03/2020

 

Banbury Cross Players

Banbury Cross Players
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The Thrill of Love

Author: Amanda Whittington

The Thrill of Love

UK
Oxfordshire


Venue: The Mill Arts Centre, Spiceball Park Rd, Banbury OX16 5QE

Box Office: www.themillartscentre.co.uk
Tickets from £13.50


25th - 28th November 2020 7:30pm

Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be hanged in Britain in 1955 after being convicted of shooting her lover, David Blakely. The Thrill of Love dramatises this true story, taking a closer look at the women behind the headlines.
A divorcee with a young child to care for, Ruth Ellis works in the kind of nightclubs where there’s more than just a drink on offer. The girls work hard, play hard and dream of a movie-star life. Ruth meets wealthy, womanising David – a racing driver – with whom she becomes obsessed. She also begins seeing Desmond Cussen, a man driven mad with jealousy by her tempestuous and often violent relationship with David.
Whittington’s play focuses on Ruth’s interior life, as well as her friendship with three women all working the club scene: the dependable club owner, Sylvia, aspiring actor and model, Vickie and charwoman, Doris. These friends provide comfort to her as she battles abusive lovers and a rabid press.
Detective Jack Gale follows her story from the beginning, hoping to piece together her motive for murdering David and, more importantly, whom she might be protecting.

Posted 31/03/2020

 



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February 2021

Banbury Cross Players

Banbury Cross Players
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The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband

Author: Debbie Isitt

The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband

UK
Oxfordshire


Venue: The Mill Arts Centre, Spiceball Park Rd, Banbury OX16 5QE

Box Office: www.themillartscentre.co.uk
Tickets from £13.50


February 10 - 13 2021 7:30pm

Kenneth and Hilary have been married nearly twenty years. But as middle age approaches, Ken finds himself in the arms of another woman. At first, Laura appears to be everything that is missing from Ken’s life with Hilary – young, slim, attractive and a vibrant free spirit – but his little fling quickly becomes desperately out of hand. Juggling the affections of two women, his world becomes a tangle of lies and deceit. Ken denies Hilary’s increasing suspicions. Forced to confront the truth he leaves Hilary for Laura. Only one problem – Laura can’t cook.
As time passes, Kenneth mourns the loss of Sunday roasts and haute cuisine, and the comforts of the settled life he once knew. When Hilary invites Ken and Laura over for dinner, he readily accepts, unaware of what delicacies Hilary plans to serve. Told through a series of flashbacks. Highly entertaining exploration of the old adage “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”!

Posted 31/03/2020

 



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May 2021

Bournemouth GASP

Bournemouth GASP
www.bournemouthgands.org.uk

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Old Time Music Hall

Director & Choreographer – Claire Camble-Hutchins
Musical Director – Bruce Vyner

UK
Dorset


Venue: Allendale Centre, Wimborne – Wednesday 5th May 2021
Kinson Community Centre – Thursday 6th May 2021
The Spire, Poole – Friday 7th May 2021
All performances 7:30pm


Box Office: TicketSource or 07565 134842
Tickets: £12.50

Come with us as we transport you back to The Old Time Music Hall.
Join us as we once again bring our show out to local community venues.
Enjoy a night of Live Music, Drama and Spectacle, with songs such as “Champagne Charlie”, “When I Take my Morning Promenade” & “Burlington Bertie”.
There will be a good old cockney “Knees Up” and a visit to the old theatres of Paris.
It’s going to be a fun evening that’s not to be missed!
Join in the fun and come in your best Music Hall attire (although this is optional).

Posted 06/06/2020

 

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