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Our Next Production:

'Charley's Aunt'

by Brandon Thomas
Wednesday 17th to Saturday 20th April

at

Goring Village Hall

doors open: 7.30pm. curtain up: 8.00pm

tickets: £12.00 per person

booking details will be posted up shortly

Cast

Jack Chesney .......................... Phil Davies

Charley Wykeham ................. Michael Fielding

Lord Fancourt ....................... Laith Bahrani

Brassett .................................. John South

Sir Francis Chesney ............... Michael Saunders

Spettigue ................................ Daniel Evans

Kitty ........................................ Caro Armstrong

Amy ........................................ Helen Scurr

Donna Lucia .......................... Rita Butler

Ela .......................................... Emma Rees

Jack and Charley are both in love and plan to propose to their respective girlfriends, Kitty and Amy.  They invite the girls over to meet Charley’s millionaire aunt, Donna Lucia d’Alvadorez of Brazil, who is about to visit Charley for the first time. 

But when the aunt cancels at the last minute, the boys enlist feckless friend, Fancourt 'Babbs' Babberly, dressed in costume as a woman for an amateur play, to impersonate Charley’s aunt and clear the way for the boys’ marriage proposals. 

However, Babbs, as Charley’s aunt, finds himself juggling fawning admirers along with the fortune-driven advances of two would-be suitors.  When the real Donna Lucia turns up incognito, hijinks and fun ensue!

Production

Directors ........................ Helen McCutcheon & Rita Butler

Producer ........................ Louisa Feilding

Stage Manager ............... Martin Leckie

Sound ............................. Chris Hawes

Lighting ........................... Ian Shears

Costume .......................... Tracy Lasan & Penny Gilks 

Props ............................... Claire Leckie & Jane Davies

Publicity ........................... Michael Fielding & Rita Butler
General Assistance .......... Noelle Hurrell

Front of House ................. Jean Betteridge

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