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11th March 2017
Group: Saughtonhall Drama Group
Production: Hatches, Matches & Dispatches by Alan Cochrane
Venue: Saughtonhall Church, 85-87 Saughtonhall drive, EH12 5TR
Dates / Time: Tuesday 28th - Friday 31st March at 7.30pm and Saturday Matinee 1st April 2.30pm Tickets £8 (£7) - on sale from the 30th January 2017 Tel: 0131 539 0491 Additional Info: “Hatches, Matches & Dispatches” is the hilarious sequel to “ Ne’er the Twain” – the next chapter in the McIvor and Burns family story. http://www.saughtonhall.com/dramagroup.html
Group: Edinburgh People's Theatre
Production: The Importance Of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde (Pre Production Gallery)
Venue: Church Hill Theatre, Morningside Road, Edinburgh see map
Dates/ Times: 29th to 31st March at 7:30pm; 1st April 2.30pm Tickets: £12 (£10) see www.ept.org.uk/boxoffice (booking fees apply) or 0131 666 3366
Additional Info: Oscar Wilde's brilliant and witty comedy of manners which has delighted millions in countless productions since its first performance in London in 1895. It is celebrated, not only for the lighthearted ingenuity of the plot, but for its inspired dialogue with sparkling witticisms which are among the most quoted in the English language. This is our first production of 2017 and was the first play ever performed at the newly opened Church Hill theatre in 1965 (the SCDA cast included some EPT members). From the play's carefree beginnings in Algernon Moncrieff's London flat to its hilarious denouement in the drawing room of Jack Worthing's country manor, this comic masterpiece keeps audiences breathlessly anticipating a new bon mot or fresh twist of plot.
Group: The Barony Youth Theatre
Production: ‘Sixteen in 10 Minutes or Less’ by Bradley Hayward
Venue: Barony Theatre, Borrowstoun Rd, Bo’ness , EH51 9RS see map
Dates/ Times: 29th and 30th March at 7:30pm; Tickets: £8 and £5 concession tel 07541 346639 or book online at www.baronyplayers.co.uk.
Additional Info: These short plays relate the lives of a group of teenagers in humorous and touching ways and promises to be an interesting evening of theatre for all.