In ‘Meat and Two Veg’ Margaret and Arthur, a retired couple, are preparing dinner for their neighbour, Albert, whose wife, Enid, left him abruptly two months ago. This light-hearted comedy takes a darker turn when Arthur, aware that Albert has an eye for Margaret, suggests their neighbour’s smelly bonfires could indicate Albert has done away with Enid …
And in ‘What’s for Pudding’ Mary and Jack’s dull Saturday evening is interrupted by the arrival of Maureen, Ted and Dennis. The occasion rapidly dissolves into a drunken gathering as Ted’s intellect is likened to that of a paper clip, Maureen, his wife, reveals a liking for Jack, and Jack rapidly cultivates a taste for pouring whisky over his head.
Tickets available from Susan Devaney on 01629 733407 or email@example.com or on the door.
…. Oh and look out for some familiar faces on stage such as Martin Devaney – recently in the panto and Simon Brister – formerly of Middleton and less recently in the panto!