(I know there are four plays but the 3rd was an extra by the youth of the group)
Thursday 11th to Saturday 13th July 2002
“Murder At The Mill” By Jill Sumner
A spoof Victorian melodrama: a plot to murder the bride for her money and an
eleventh hour rescue by the beloved hero!
“Effie’s Burning” By Valerie Windsor
Dr Ruth Kovacs is harassed – not only is she desperately trying to keep up with her fellow medical students and deal with her pompous and bullying consultant Mr Jessop-Brown, she has been given responsibility for a new and decidedly uncooperative patient on the ward. namely Effie Palmer, a 64-year old lady with a mental age of 10, who has been admitted to hospital suffering from severe burns after setting fire to the bed in her residential home. As the two women build a relationship, Doctor Kovacs begins to uncover a background of injustice, bigotry and callousness that will change her life forever. Telling the heart-wrenching story of Effie’s life, Valerie Windsor’s play is a funny, poignant and extremely moving piece of theatre.
“Decisions, Decisions” By Phil Cooper and Emma Holmes
The Mayor, Goblins, Wizards, Elves and Fairies hold a meeting to discuss the problem of Angus the Dragon.
“Last Panto In West Ashton” By David Tristram
The sequel to the tremendously popular “Last Tango in Little Grimley”, Gordon, Margaret, Joyce and Bernard tackle the Christmas pantomime with predictably hilarious results.