Ferndown Drama is to stage three one-act plays from 19 to 22 April at 7.30pm at the Barrington Centre.
Last Tango in Little Grimley tells the tale of Little Grimley Am Dram Society who are in big trouble. Their membership has dwindled to four and if they don’t pay the rent soon they will have to disband. The chairman has a brilliant idea of how to put on a production that will attract a large audience but he has to get the other three members to agree to his plan. It will be an evening that the locals of Little Grimley will never forget.
The second play – Joining the Club – involves a successful career woman who has accidentally become pregnant. Unfortunately her husband has some startling news of his own. How do they make compromises to resolve their dilemma?
And finally, there is A Jolly Sinister Jape. Lord Stubbs, Biffy Trubshaw and his actress wife Ophelia are stranded in a mysterious house. There is a knock on the front door. This is a madcap comedy set in the 1920s along with hilarious period slang and mystery.
Tickets available from www.ticketsource.co.uk/ferndown-drama or from the Barrington Centre.
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