Saturday 23rd June at 7:30pm in the upstairs studio.
On the last day of the C.I.F., we have script reading and drama in the upstairs studio at Camberley Theatre which is free to attend.
In fact, we are actually looking for people to help us – local playwright Liz Lennie invites you to script read in small groups (a part for anyone who wants one) before staging a repeat performance by volunteers as if on the radio.
‘Tinkler!’ A spirited elderly mother is faced with leaving home for ‘a home’. Disparate daughters disagree and a grandchild gets an unusual inheritance….
The play itself lasts approx. 20 minutes and this script reading event will last about an hour.
Please e mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in taking part.
There will be an interval in which the downstairs bar will be open, followed by:
Brightlight Theatre Company present The Fire Stack, a new play by award-winning local playwright Jamie Lakritz. A barman, a man drinking away his sorrows and a woman on a blind date are in a bar… But that’s where the joke stops. An explosive drama about secrets and lies and who we become when consumed by guilt. Nominated for Best New Play at Woking Drama Festival 2017. Running time 50 minutes.