In 1994, Alan Ayckbourn wrote his first supernatural play Haunting Julia, which was a play for three male actors. Alan was asked on number of occasions whether he would ever consider writing a companion piece with an all female cast, hence Snake in the Grass. It's not as overtly supernatural as Haunting Julia, it is essentially a thriller with some black humour. It was described in the Sunday Times as " A creepily, scarily, eerily enjoyable evening." Don't miss it at the Gladstone Theatre ! ... See MoreSee Less
We still have a charity night available for our March play, The Lion in Winter. This is an excellent opportunity to raise some funds, and in the past our charity evenings have made over £1000. If you run a charity and are interested, or you know of one that might be, please get in touch with us right away and we can give you all the details. You can send us a message through this facebook page, or email our secretary at : email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less
It would be great if you considered The Eye Fund as your chosen charity. It is a local charity supporting people of all ages who have failing vision. Check out the website for contact details.
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