SPADS presents Two One-Act Plays

SPADS presents Two One-Act Plays 25th – 27th March, 2010 St Paul s Church Hall, Letchworth The One Acts are a regular feature in the SPADS calendar. They provide a great opportunity to mix the old with the new and to give young talent a chance to thri

SPADS presents Two One-Act Plays

25th - 27th March, 2010

St Paul's Church Hall, Letchworth

The 'One Acts' are a regular feature in the SPADS calendar. They provide a great opportunity to mix the old with the new and to give young talent a chance to thrive. Those who haven't directed before get the opportunity to flex their artistic muscles and younger members are given larger roles to develop their acting experience and capabilities. The older (though not necessarily wiser) members aren't left out though and are on hand to offer the benefits of their vast experience.


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This year is no exception with our two plays: 'Garlic and Lavender' and 'Specialty'.

Brian Marshall, a veteran SPADS director takes on the former and has a large cast to manage including four of our younger, fledgling members. The play centres around murky goings-on in the village of Lower Kolbenblitz on the Mount at the stately home of the mysterious Count Drackenberg. Two unsuspecting maidens arrive in answer to an advert in 'The Lady' and are greeted by the Count and his man-servant, Murk. Things are not all they seem and the young ladies may be in great danger. Will anyone come to their rescue?.....

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Patrick Lohan, a regular on the stage, takes on his first directorial challenge with a smaller cast and a more intimate play, 'Specialty', written by Sue Verney. Again we have some of younger and newest members involved alongside a few 'old stagers'. This play is set in the home of an elderly lady called Ella. Three housebreakers think she is easy pickings but things are not always what they might seem at first sight. This is an intriguing play and well worth a visit.

More information and tickets are available on 01462 677157.

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