Forthcoming production: HAYWIRE, a comedy by Eric Chappell
Box Office for this show will open on 5th March 2018
Ticket Prices will be:
Concessions £11.50 Under 18 / Over 60.
AUDITION NOTICE and dates for your diary.
Following our February 2018 production of The Actress we are presenting in May a comedy, HAYWIRE, written by Eric Chappell. Our Director, Michael Collins has a wealth of experience of the pace and timing required for good comedy and has appeared in countless Ray Cooney farces; you can be guaranteed the rehearsals will be hard work but fun.
The play will be performed during the week commencing 21st May 2018 at The Pump House Theatre, Watford, WD17 2JP and there are 6 in the cast, 2M and 4F. There is a variety of ages so opportunities for all. All the characters are larger than life with some priceless dialogue.
Interested in auditioning or want to learn more?
We are arranging a reading of the play for Tuesday 27th February 2018 with the auditions on Thursday 1st March 2018 (commencing approx 7.45pm in Carpender's Park, near Watford). Belmont Theatre holds open auditions so all are welcome to attend these.
Once cast, we will be then be rehearsing the show at the Carpenders Park venue, which is close to the main line station, every Tuesday and Thursday evenings (commencing 20th March 2018), with 4 additional Sunday mornings leading up to the show.
If you are interested in getting involved in this production or to learn more, please email Michael on firstname.lastname@example.org or give him a buzz on 0208 864 3104 with any questions.
Alec Frith runs a bookshop and lives in the flat above with his wife, Maggie. He is having an affair with his glamorous assistant, Liz, with whom he has arranged an illicit holiday while his wife is away with friends. With everything so carefully planned what could possibly go wrong?
Well, his cantankerous mother arrives, having ‘escaped’ from her care home, followed by his son and daughter, whom he is relying upon to manoeuvre the situation to his advantage, who bring along their own problems and are definitely more a hindrance than a help. He does get to Marbella but with whom?