Audiences at Fairfield Players

PUBLISHED: 12:11 07 April 2006 | UPDATED: 09:58 06 May 2010

Recent productions of Simon Williams play Laying the Ghost were treated to an interesting and unusual comedy play. Set in an old folks home for elderly actors, the action really takes off when Sir Leo (still a prominent thespian) arrives to wish his ex-wi

Recent productions of Simon Williams play Laying the Ghost were treated to an interesting and unusual comedy play. Set in an old folks home for elderly actors, the action really takes off when Sir Leo (still a prominent thespian) arrives to wish his ex-wife happy birthday and discovers that his current wife and young girl fiend are also on the premises. Mr Williams builds the plot to an unexpected end in the first act. The second act starts manic and really hots up before the happy ending.


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