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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 2019

8 - 16 FEBRUARY

WHO'S WHO
by Keith Waterhouse & Willis Hall

directed by Margaret Kennedy

From well known playwrights, this piece is set in a faded Brighton Hotel. It follows the confusions that Mr Black and Mr White land themselves in, in their efforts to cover up a clandestine weekend. The confusion ends with no one knowing anyone else’s identity, only to reoccur with calamitous results when identities are reversed!

10 - 18 MAY

THE THRILL OF LOVE
by Amanda Whittington

directed by Dennis Picott

This gripping drama tells the story of Ruth Ellis, the nightclub manager who in 1955 shot and murdered her womanising lover. She became the last woman to be hanged in Britain. This play explores the truth behind the headlines, romance, obsession and frustration.

26 JULY - 3 AUGUST

NOT NOW DARLING
by Ray Cooney & John Chapman

Directed by Garry Fowler

A very successful West End hit, this very funny farce is set in the elegant fur salon of Bodley, Bodley and Crouch. Gilbert Bodley has designs on Janie, a beautiful model. His efforts to give her an expensive mink coat go wrong, when the coat is given to her husband’s mistress! Mayhem involving Gilbert’s wife and the office staff ensues.

30 - 31 AUGUST

A LITTLE BIT OF VAUDEVILLE

directed by Graham Tubb

The Seaford Little Theatre’s Variety Show returns again, once more with Graham Tubb at the helm. Featuring songs, dances, sketches and plenty more to keep you entertained, our popular end of summer show will put a song on your lips, get your toes tapping and bring a smile to your face.

8 - 16 NOVEMBER

ON GOLDEN POND
by ernest thompson

directed by Trish Richings

A touching, funny and warmly perceptive study of a spirited and loving elderly couple. Ethel and Norman Thayer return to their summer home for the 44th year. He is a retired professor nearing eighty with a failing memory, but sharp tongued and observant. She is slightly younger and a perfect foil for him. They are visited by their middle aged daughter and her new fiancé who leave his son with the old couple, giving Norman a new lease of life.

For a list of our past productions click archive

 

 

 

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