The Play That Goes Wrong

Hello everyone!

  Just a reminder that Thursday (26/11/2020) we will be virtually reading 

The Play That Goes Wrong

  This has now been fully cast but you are more than welcome to join us and listen in at 7:30pm

 The Play That Goes Wrong is the West End smash hit farce which has spawned several spin-offs. A lot of the comedy is to be found in the stage directions, which become a role in themselves in this play...

 You are welcome to join the group to listen - please let Yvonne know and she'll send you the Zoom details. 

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Hope to see you then!

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The Deep Blue Sea by Terence Rattigan - 

Thursday 10 December at 7.30pm via Zoom

Please note this is a fun and social readthrough and not auditions for future performances

As you know we had to cancel the auditions for Deep Blue Sea earlier this year. We are still hoping to perform it next November with auditions in the new year once we are able to meet in person. 

In the meantime, we are organising a virtual read through on Thursday 10 December at 7.30pm. Please do come and join us, whether you are interested in auditioning next year or simply for the enjoyment of reading a play aloud. All we ask is you let director Andy Fletcher know if you plan to attend - that way we can plan in advance to make sure everyone has the chance to read.

 If you are interested in joining in, please email Andy at 

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We look forward to seeing some of you. Please note this a fun and social readthrough. Auditions will take place next year. 

About the play

1952. Ladbroke Grove, West London. In a dreary flat, Hester Collyer reaches breaking point. When she is found by her neighbours in the aftermath of a failed suicide attempt, the story of her tempestuous affair with a former RAF pilot and the breakdown of her marriage to a High Court Judge begins to emerge. With it comes a portrait of need, loneliness and long repressed passion. Widely regarded as Rattigan’s semi-autobiographical masterpiece, The Deep Blue Sea is a powerful and moving play of love and loss, passion and desperation set against the backdrop of post war Britain.

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If you have a play you would like to have read, please do drop a line and we can discuss running a virtual reading over the coming months. 

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Stay safe and healthy, 

Will

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