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Seaford Little Theatre Puffs

The Little Theatre season runs from January to December and we normally put on four plays each year. Below are the dates and brief details of our forthcoming productions. To see details of our latest play click here

Programme for 2020

7 - 15 FEBRUARY

THERE GOES THE BRIDE
by Ray Cooney & John Chapman

directed by Phil Armstrong

Another clever farce from masters of humour in which, Timothy Westerby, a harassed advertising executive hits his head on the morning of his daughter’s wedding. He wakes to find himself in the company of a 1920’s Flapper girl from his current advertising campaign. No one else can see her and wedding preparations disintegrate into chaos as friends and family attempt to lead Timothy back to reality and prevent the newly arrived “in-Laws” abandoning the wedding.

8 - 16 MAY

LADIES IN LAVENDER
By Shaun McKenna

directed byMary Young & Penny Cockell

Based on the film, from a screenplay by Charles Dance and taken from a short story by William L Locke, this is the tale of Ursula and Janet Widdington, set in a Cornish fishing village in 1936. When a handsome and talented young Polish violinist is washed ashore, the sisters take him under their wing and nurse him back to health. However, the presence of the mysterious young man disrupts their peaceful lives and the community in which they live..

24 JULY - 1 AUGUST

SHOCK!
by Brian Clemens

Directed by Garry Fowler

Air hostess Maggie, who lives in a converted windmill has invited friends to celebrate her birthday. Maggie has some peculiar tastes, including taping the most private intimacies between herself and her lovers. Friends and neighbours become involved in the subsequent murder and mystery, before the final shocking twist!

6 - 14 NOVEMBER

Celebrating 75 Years Of Seaford Little Theatre


SEE HOW THEY RUN
by Philip King

directed by Margaret Kennedy

The Rev. Lionel Toop’s wife, Penelope is an ex-actress. While Lionel is away Clive, an actor friend calls. He invites Penelope to dine in town, which is out of bounds to servicemen like Clive. He dresses in Lionel’s blacks and while repeating a scene from their theatrical days, gives a parishioner the wrong idea about their relationship. Matters become hilariously complicated when Lionel arrives, followed by the Bishop and a German POW disguised as a vicar!

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