a comedy by Simon Williams
Directed by: Helen Holliday
Margot is a witty ex-actress now living in a retirement home, trying to forget her 70th birthday. Years earlier she was with her ex-husband Leo famous for their portrayal of Romeo & Juliet, and she is visited one day by Sadie, a young actress who is going to play Juliet and is now having an affair with Leo. Into the scene comes Leo’s current wife Judy closely followed by Leo himself, who suffers a fatal heart attack. However he returns as a ghost and the scene is set for chaos/hilarity as he tries to sort out the problems between the three women, although not visible to them.
Wednesday 29th March 2017 to Saturday 1st April 2017 at 8:00pm
Tuesday 4th April 2017 to Saturday 8th April 2017 at 8:00pm
Matinee each Saturday at 2:30pm
The 2016 Lamerton Awards are for excellence on our stage during that year, and are based entirely on the opinion of our audiences. A large percentage of those who attend fill out a voting slip, and these are then tabulated to determine the popular choices in each of the six categories. Once again the competition was very close, with a [...]
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