July One-Act Play Evenings
Our next production, on 5th and 6th of July, will be an evening of One-Act plays accompanied by cheese and wine. Click here for details.
Ian Wilson-Soppitt is directing A Respectable Funeral by Jimmie Chinn, about the aspirations of three sisters after the death of their little-loved mother, with a surprising twist when their brother appears on the scene.
Catch up with the art of coarse acting in Streuth by Michael Green, a whodunit directed by Sara Wilson-Soppitt. Coarse actors can remember all of their lines, but not necessarily in the right order - this is the crime story that Agatha Christie would never have dared to write!
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The plays start at 8:00pm at the Tilford Institute. Tickets cost £15.
An enthusiastic group, we put on three productions a year at the Tilford Institute, near Farnham, Surrey.
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Our last production was The Crucible by Arthur Miller, directed by Ruth Ahmed. This was a very moving performance of a powerful play based on the Salem witch trials of 1692. Click here for pictures of the production, and to read the review in the Farnham Herald.