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8th April 2019
Group: Edinburgh Theatre Arts (entered in the Full Length Festival)
Production: Fondly Remembered by Gareth Armstrong
Venue: St Ninians Hall, Edinburgh EH4 1AG
Dates / Time: 29th April to 4th May, 7.30pm
Tickets: £12 (£10)
Additional Info: A group of friends gather to celebrate the life of a man who had left an indelible mark on all their lives. But who are they remembering? A creative genius, a former lover, a bitter rival - or the man who deceived them all? As old friendships rekindle, they unearth old memories, resentments and disappointments in this wickedly funny play full of revelations, rediscoveries and revenges.
Group: Tweed Theatre Production: ‘Blood Brothers’ by Willy Russell
Venue: Eastgate Theatre. Peebles
Dates/Time: 3rd and 4th May
Additional Info: Blood Brothers is, ultimately, a tragic tale but there are plenty of lighter moments as the play explores the themes of friendship, superstition, social class and nature v nurture. The show runs for just two performances and tickets are on sale now. Why not come and see some our very talented young people?
Production: “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof” by Tennessee Williams Venue: The Studio at Festival Theatre, Potterrow, Edinburgh Dates / Time: from 15th to 18th May 2019. 7.30pm
Additional Info: A day in the life of the Pollitt family, wealthy plantation owners in 1950s’ American Deep South. A powerfully written work with strong and diverse characters, and themes of repression and dishonesty in relation to disputed wealth, dysfunctional family relationships and sexuality and mendacity.
Group: Harburn Players
Production: Somebody For Dinner by Ted Sharpe
Venue: Harburn Hall, West Calder
Dates/Time: Sunday 19th May at 3pm.
Tickets: Free, unticketed (donations welcome).
Additional Info: Anyone who cares to come along would be very welcome. Cups of tea and conversation included. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm attendance. NB: Venue is a bit out of the way – see http://harburnvillagehall.co.uk/find.html for directions.