ACT presents an evening of three one act festival plays by established authors, each directed by a different member of the group in their own inimitable way. There is hysterical historical comedy; there is touching and tender drama; and there are large loquacious rodents.
Can You Hear The Music? by David Campton – directed by Derek Allen
The comfortable life of six mice is threatened when they hear the hypnotic sound of pipe music…
The Janna Years by Gillian Plowman – directed by Katie Hayes
Ruby’s boarding house is home to an eclectic collection of residents; each with their story to tell.
And Then There Were None by R.F Delderfield – directed by Jay Lockhart
Not the famous whodunit, but a comic tale of a rampant Suffragette on a recruiting drive in an MP’s home.
These amateur performances are presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd. A Concord Theatricals Company
Opening Night: All Seats £9