Our next full production

A Sense of Achievement written and directed by Jean Trew

Thursday 24 May, Friday 25 May and Saturday 26 May. Tickets on sale to members from 1 April and on general sale from 12 April.

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Durlington Village Hall is in urgent need of roof repairs and a fundraising committee is formed, headed by an enthusiastic Major Wallace. However, the brainstorming session doesn't go well, with interruptions, disagreements and personality clashes - it's not the team effort the Major had anticipated. Matters aren't helped by the secretary's elderly mother, Mrs Featherstone, unexpectedly joining the meeting, but somehow they manage to agree a plan of action and set about achieving their target. But can they beat the fast-approaching deadline for lottery funding? Will two Yorkshire Terriers, the chaps at the Rotary Club and the Avon lady help or hinder their efforts? And did the acerbic Mrs Featherstone really have a contribution to make or was she just getting confused again? All will be revealed at the follow-up meeting.

This is a lively comedy about the fundraising efforts of a village hall committee. With shades of The Vicar of Dibley, the larger than life characters, amusing dialogue and some unexpected outcomes should have you laughing and guessing throughout.



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Our November 2017 Production of Quartet was very well received. Our four actors did full justice to the complex relationships between the four opera singer characters who find themselves thrown together in a retirement home for musicians.



A Sense of Achievement

Rehearsals for our next production are now in full swing: the staging moves are being planned, props are being assembled and the set has been designed, and of course lines are being learned.


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