Several of us are performing in a Murder Mystery for a fund-raising dinner for ‘A Home for Kale’ . This is on Saturday 14th March at 7.30pm
Cast Mike Rafone – David Easton Tom Spanks – Maxson Bailey Goldie Pawn – Jo Ziegert Uma Thurman – Elizabeth Donohoe Kate Windswept – Alice Gosney Meg Tryin – Angela Giddings Inspector Bobby Wood – Tim Knott
Mrs Bramson – Angela Giddings Olivia Grayne – Chloé Johnson Mrs Terence – Sue Morgan Dora Parkoe – Olivia Clark Nurse Libby – Jo Ziegert Hubert Laurie – Peter Tapp Dan – Nicholas Shaw Inspector Belsize – Alan Rutland Judge – Francis Holmes
Performance Dates are Wed 29th / Thu 30th April, Fri 1st / Sat 2nd May 2020
We’re reading the thriller “Night Must Fall” by Emlyn Williams, which we might perform this year. Do come along and find out what it is like.
Monday Jan 20th, 7:30-9:45 – Tesco Community Room
Details of the play
Dan, a bell hop who arrives at the Bramson bungalow, has already murdered one woman and there is little doubt that he will soon murder another: the aged Mrs. Bramson herself. He skillfully ingratiates himself into her affections while attempting to seduce her suspicious niece Olivia to stop her from exposing his diabolical intentions. And though she professes loathing, Olivia is attracted and fascinated by Dan.
Play reading – Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams Tesco Community Room, 7.30pm
Crotchety old Mrs. Bransom hires a charming young man named Danny as a live-in companion. Less charmed by Danny is Mrs. Bransom’s niece, Olivia, a repressed young woman who suspects Danny of foul play. When news of a local murder is revealed, Olivia suspects Danny. Although repulsed by the thought he may have committed the crime, Olivia also finds herself becoming increasingly attracted to him at the same time.