Charlie Fuller has built himself a comfortable life in his retirement village, having several ‘friends with benefits’, all of who are aware of, and happy with the situation. His daughter thinks he needs looking after, that he may be declining, losing his grip. Meanwhile she is having her own dalliance with a work colleague. The arrival of a new widow and her nephew upsets the balance for both of them.
Break out the Veuve Clicquot! We’re in Oyster Bay, Long Island, it’s 1938, and Tracy Lord is getting married to her fiancé, George Kittredge. No expense spared.
In the capable hands of director Barry Hill, the fun comedy, 'My Friend Miss Flint' becomes another Therry Dramatic Society success.
Six mature women from the Women’s Institute in the North of England have all experienced loss and so raise money for a settee in a nearby cancer ward.
Bill, escaping his former life hides in his remote house/book shop, caring for his ageing father. Diane is stranded in a blizzard. Add a mechanic and his wife, and a mysterious Polar Bear.
Presented by Galleon Theatre Group Reviewed 22 May 2014 This reviewer is in LOVE! – with Galleon Theatre Group’s latest show, the Australian premiere of Loves and Hours. Stephen Metcalfe’s hilarious, yet poignant, modern script and this entire production of it are picture perfect. With no less than forty scenes covering such things as […]
Fran Edwards has done a fine job with these two productions and you can see them at Holden Street Theatres until 18th June, so be quick.