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It's Never Too Late Comedy/Satire 6 (4m, 2f) View Details Compare
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What happens when your husband leaves for a younger woman? How do you kick-start your life when you've never had to work? How do you cope with the realisation that time is not on your side?  Susan Shaw at 58 finds herself in exactly this position. She's run the home, brought up her daughter and had a very busy life involved with charities and village-hall committees. What does she do now?  Fellow committee members offer all kinds of advice: think selfishly for one, resurrect an old flame, get a job, get fit, get a toy-boy . . .  Susan decides to take action, and this very funny and, at times, very tender play, follows Susan as she attempts a new start in life in the belief that 'it's never too late', and finds herself presented with a most surprising choice to make.     

My Dog's Got No Nose Comedy/Satire 1 (1m, 0f) View Details Compare
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MY DOG'S GOT NO NOSE takes us on a journey through the events surrounding a stand-up comedian’s first ever performance. Before picking up his microphone and venturing into the limelight, he regales stories and tales about his life and experiences. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, sometimes poignant and often laugh-out-loud hilarious, he shares his soul reminiscing about his early career as a furniture-salesman-turned-photographer, love, marriage, and ambitions.  His debut is the fulfilment of a lifelong dream where stand-up comedy, unrequited love, animal lovers, facts of life, sibling rivalries and mercy killing are just some of the elements covered in this very funny and bittersweet story, as we discover that both the man and the performance are not quite what they seem. 

Scared to Death Thriller/Mystery 5 (4m, 1f) View Details Compare
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The year is 1857. Will Nicholls, the owner of Nicholls Flour Mill, is an inveterate gambler. Desperately in debt, he raises the stakes at the weekly poker game. With the fate of his livelihood, his Mill and his marriage now resting on the turn of a card, the result of this card game leads to a story of betrayal, unrequited love, murder, revenge and ‘hauntings’. With ‘tricks, effects and illusions’ created by internationally renowned magician Paul Daniels, prepare to be taken on a journey of ‘ghostly goings-on’, and prepare to be . . .‘scared to death’.

That's Love Comedy/Satire 6 (4m, 2f) View Details Compare
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Are there really such things as 'soul-mates'? Are certain people destined to be together? The Frank Daniels Trio were a reasonably successful singing and dancing variety trio in the 1970s. Frank, his beautiful wife Sarah and comic sidekick Tony - the perfect recipe for an evening's entertainment - and for an entangled emotional love triangle.  We join the disbanded trio three decades later in a nursing home where Tony is terminally ill. Sarah, who married Frank despite being in love with Tony, has spent much of her life ruing her choices and in a series of flashbacks to the 'good old days', we see them as their younger selves performing the song and dance routines amidst the emotional rivalries of the trio. Over the course of visits to Tony this entertaining, and at times very moving play, sees Sarah finally reaching the decision she possibly should have taken years ago.  

You're Only Young Twice Comedy/Satire 7 (3m, 4f) View Details Compare
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It’s a familiar story - running around with a gang, late-night drinking parties, loud music, out all hours and not getting out of bed until the afternoon. Sue and Richard have all these problems, and it’s driving them crazy. But it’s not problems with a teenage son - it’s Sue’s dad Brooksie! A recent widower, Brooksie and his gang from the Over 60s Club are finding delight in recapturing their youth.

Brooksie has moved in with his daughter after the death of his wife Grace. His best friend Tom is about to marry the widow Julia, despite her friend Rose’s disapproval because Tom is easily influenced and quickly falling under the spell of Brooksie’s new unruly lifestyle and motto, “You’re only as young as you feel”. Despite Rose’s protestations, the wedding plans move forward until a particularly heavy stag night and several indiscretions later, everything is thrown into confusion and Brooksie suddenly starts feeling his age…

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