It's that time of year again when we all get together for drinks and nibbles ... and, of course, the AGM. Come along, it'll be fun, and the business bit will be short, we promise. It starts at 8:00pm on Tuesday 17th April at the Tilford Institute.
The Cemetery Club is well under-way with a star cast, directed by Noel Thompson, who last appeared as the vicar in Make Way for Lucia. You will recollect Sara Wilson-Soppitt’s performance as Miss Mapp. In this play Sara takes the part of Ida, happy to bask in memories of her husband, Murray. Brezetta Thonger, no stranger to the Players, will be remembered for her role as Truvy in Steel Magnolias and we look forward to her performance as Lucille. Bent on getting her own back after contending with unfaithful Harry, she’s out to grab as much fun as possible.
A newcomer to the group, Sara Burch, plays Doris who is devoted to her husband, Abe, even in death. Is this healthy? Ian Wilson-Soppitt (who played Georgie in Lucia) is Sam, whose wife is buried in the same cemetery. Beware Sam, who knows what they may be planning!
To find out just what does happen, come along - tickets are already on sale. Remember, it’s not a tragedy but a comedy about enjoying life, living it to the full and relishing the loves and friendships along the way. The poster is below, so if you know anywhere to display it, please ask Rob for some copies.
News from other societies:
The Haslemere Players’ March 2018 production at Haslemere Hall is The Full Monty, featuring six brave male principals who are prepared to strip naked over six performances – their modesty hopefully helped by well-positioned hats! The show runs from Tuesday 20th March – Saturday 24th March, with a matinee performance on the Saturday.
Tickets from www.haslemerehall.co.uk
I'll look forward to seeing you.