Agatha Crusty and The Village Hall Murders was a great success
It was good to play to packed houses and we received a fantastic review by Marc Aspen Reviews praising the quality of the acting across the board. A copy of the review can be viewed on: https://markaspen.com/2019/10/30/ag-crusty/
Some of the production photos:
The search is on for our next production
If there is a particular play or plays you would like to be considered for performance, please drop a line to our Artistic Director, Ellie Hopkins, on firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s On- Kew- 28-30 November 2019
Our friends Q2 Players, who gave us a lot of support by attending our performances of Agatha Crustywill be performing Living Memory, a new play written by and directed by Genni Trickett.
It is 2018, and Jo has just moved into her dream cottage with her loving husband. But what is she running from? Back in 1945, Ruby battles to save her marriage to Frank, after a family tragedy threatens to tear them apart.
Will the two women find in each other the strength they need to survive? Can friendship really traverse the ages?
The National Archives Kew Bessant Drive TW9 4AD
There is onsite parking. You need to drive into Kew Retail Park and follow the signs saying National Archives, which will take you to the car park.
Bus: 190 bus to Mortlake then R68 bus to Kew Retail Park (5 minute walk)
Nearest Tube: Kew Gardens (10 min walk)
Thursday 28th November – Saturday 30th November, 7.45pm Saturday 30th November, 2.30pm
£10 (£9 Concs)