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in

Become a Committee Member - details here

What's next?...

with Neston Players

-The next fun-filled Zoom

session is

Gosforths's Fete

a short comedy by

Alan Ayckbourne 

16/07/21 is AGM time! - details here

Join us on Zoom on Tuesday 11th May at 7.30pm for an hour or so of fun!

NO TICKET REQUIRED! ... just click on the Zoom button.

If you wish to take part in the reading, please email for the scripts. We will allocate parts on the night. 

Synopsis:

The local village is relying on the Village Fete to raise much needed funds for a new village hall. 

The task of organising the event falls to Gordon Gosforth, the local publican, who is doing his best to complete the preparations before the first scheduled events.

Conservative Councillor, Mrs Emma Pearce, turns up early, but never mind, Gosforth sends her off to try some of the fairground attractions, escorted by the local vicar.

Milly Carter is helping as much as she can, but she really needs a word with Gordon before her fiance, the scout leader, Stewart Stokes, arrives. 

And then the thunder starts...

 

This may be our last Zoom evening before we can all meet up in person. So come and enjoy another uplifting hour of laughter, as we read this very funny play on Zoom on Tuesday evening. 

Join us to listen or, better still, volunteer to take a part.

 

Characters:

Gordon Gosforth (200 lines)  - publican and all round organiser (maybe?)

Mrs Emma Pearce (50 lines)  - smartly dressed Conservative Councillor (to begin with anyway)

Milly Carter (100 lines)         - a fresh faced pink woman (with something on her mind)

Stewart Stokes (50 lines)      - Scoutmaster and Milly's fiance (there may be trouble ahead)

John Braithwaite (50 lines)   - local vicar and in charge of teas (and sympathy)

Stage Narrator                    - reading the bits in italics (so we know what's going on)


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