The action is filled with all the elements required for a murder mystery, with a lot of comedy thrown in. We have a deserted mansion, on an isolated island, in a storm, where a group of suspicious characters are meeting for the midnight reading of a will!
Quick witted and ungainliness is the central hallmark of The Tea Tree Players new show Rookery Nook. A blisteringly quick script and a rapid succession of entries and exits gives the audience everything they would expect from a British farce.
No one could take this play seriously, which is fine because Ken Ludwig, the author, obviously intended to make us laugh.
Take a ridiculous plot, add a few corny jokes and some unlikely situations and you have a really funny play. This is no bedroom farce; there are no dropped trousers or scantily clad girls; but there is plenty of laughter. Father and son duo Ray and Michael Cooney have penned an excellent script,
Simon Williams' Laying The Ghost is almost regular Tea Tree Players' fare for its audiences, but not quite. It is NOT a farce but rather a gentle comedy.
Adapt Enterprises takes on playwright Peter Shaffer’s Equus under the guidance of director and actor Ross Vosvotekas.
Frank Vickery's play about miscommunication is absolutely hilarious.
All the required ingredients for a humorous horrible holiday are here, from quirky characters to dubious lodgings... or should that be the other way around?
Two British television comedy writers suffer writer's block until a drunken night with their wives spark an idea... if only they could think of an ending.