Wednesday, 29 May 2019 08:56

London Repertory Players Extended Summer Season with Five Plays

The London Repertory Players present a summer of drama at the Shelley Theatre this August.

Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads
1st August - 6th August at 7.30pm
Three fantastic monologues from the master of observational comedy. Generously humorous…acute mini-tragedies – The Guardian.
A lonely vicar’s wife; an inquisitive neighbour and a mother-fixated middle aged man bare their souls. Cast includes Barbara Dryhurst; Mark Spalding and Victoria Porter.

4000 Days by Peter Quilter
8th August - 13th August at 7.30pm
What would you do if you had forgotten 11 years of your life? When Michael wakes from a coma, his family realises that 11 years of his memory have been completely erased. He remembers nothing of the last 4000 days. Starring Al Wadlan. Contains infrequent strong language and sex references.
A new play originally staged at The Park Theatre in London.

Private Lives by Noel Coward
15th August - 20th August at 7.30pm
The celebrated frothy 1930s comedy. Starring Barbara Dryhurst and Mark Spalding
'Two hours of comic bliss' - Daily Telegraph.

House Guest by Francis Durbridge
22nd August - 27th August at 7.30pm
Robert and Stella learn that their son has been kidnapped - not for ransom, but to force them to allow one of the kidnappers to remain in their house. Special guest star: Hi-de Hi’s Nikki Kelly.
By popular demand, another large helping of entertainment from the creator of Paul Temple! 'All the customary Durbridge twists and turns' - The Stage

Murder Mistaken by Janet Green
29th August - 3rd September at 7.30pm
The 1950s crime thriller which became a TV drama with Derek Farr and Margaret Lockwood.
Murder is his business and generally speaking Edward Bare is a successful "business man. Today’s the day that Teddy Bare has his picnic…


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Shelley Theatre
Beechwood Avenue

Tel. 01202 413 600


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