Autumn Season Production Dates AnnouncedWe are pleased to announce that our provisional autumn production dates at Questors will be from 27 October- 2 November 2019.
Production NewsWe are considering plays for the Autumn 2019 season, so if anybody has any plays that they would like considered for performance or would like to direct a play, please contact Ellie Hopkins: firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s On – April 2019 – Chiswick/Kew
11-13 April 2019 Q2 Players will be performingThe Importance of Being Earnest– Oscar Wilde’s tale of triviality, frivolous courtships and serious Bunburying.
Where:The National Archives, Bessant Drive, Kew, TW9 4DU How to get there: Nearest Tube- Kew Gardens (District Line) Bus: 391
Performance Times: Thursday 11th& Friday 12thApril 2019 7.45pm Saturday 13 April 2019 2.30pm & 7.45pm
Box Office: https://seaty.co.uk/q2players
Tickets:£10 Full £9 Concessions
30 April-4 May 2019 Sprout London Productionswill be performing the world premiere of Snag.
It’s a fight for legacy and the unthinkable!
Local playwright and director, Tony Traxler’s new thought- provoking and funny play, Snag, based on a combination of true stories that he experienced in his 20+ years of living in New York City, opens at The Tabard Theatre on 30 April 2019.
A young woman’s search for her identity becomes an emotional rollercoaster ride, risking lifelong friendships. Laurel Daydon’s placid West London life ends abruptly when she unearths a bundle of diaries which take her on a life-changing adventure to her birthplace, New York City. Her biological clock starts ticking triple- time when she discovers her recently deceased, gay, adoptive father’s little secret; a certain something on ice at a fertility clinic. “Why wouldn’t I want to have his baby. He was the man that loved me the most!”. However, there is one Snag and the scene is set for a showdown with an opinionated woman of American Christian values with her finger on the freezer switch.
Snag’s powerhouse cast of 7 actors includes Ciprina Spizzirri Nugent (Two and a Half Men, Cougar Town, Vegas, Samantha Who, Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore ) as Ella and Trent Hocking (Haraam, Recoil and forthcoming Honey and Wine) as Dick
Where: The Tabard Theatre, 2 Bath Road, Chiswick, London W4 1LW
How to get there: Nearest Tube- Turnham Green (District Line) Bus: 94/E3
Performance Times:Tuesday 30 April 2019- Saturday 4 May 2019 7.30pm
Tickets: £16 Full £12 Concessions
SLP Engagement Events:
· After Words:Join the director and cast of the show for an after-show Q&A on the play, playwright and play’s themes, on Wednesday 1 May 2019
What’s On- Neighbouring Areas
26 April-4 May 2019
Questors Theatre, Ealing, will be performing King Charles III, Mike Bartlett’s play set in the near future.
The Queen is dead, and Charles is at last King. Determined to assert his power, the new ruler vetoes a bill restricting freedom of the press, in disagreement with the Prime Minister. But the conflict cannot be resolved and he dissolves parliament, causing chaos.
As protests erupt across the country and the social fabric begins to fray, William and Kate try desperately to restore stability, but at a considerable cost. Meanwhile Camilla frets, politicians plot and Harry seeks a life and love beyond the confines of his royal role.
Where:The Questors Theatre (Playhouse), 12 Mattock Lane, London W5 5BQHow To Get There: Nearest Tube- Ealing Broadway Bus: 65/E3
Performance Times Friday 26 & Saturday 27 April 2019 7.45pm Sunday 28 April 2019 2.30pm Tuesday 30 April- Friday 3 May 2019 7.45pm Saturday 4 May 2019 2.30pm & 7.45pm
Box Office :http://www.questors.org.uk
Tickets £7 All tickets- 26thApril 2019 only £14 Adult (except 3rdand 4thMay 2019) £18 Adult (3rd and 4th May 2019) £12 Concessions £7 Under 16/student£