16, 17 and 18 February 2012: Doors open at 7.30, curtain up at 8.00
The weather has taken a turn for the Siberian, but you can transport yourself to Tuscany in April with the Alexandra Players’ latest offering. Enchanted April, adapted by Matthew Barber from the book by Elizabeth von Arnim, is a tale of two London housewives in the 1920s who are looking for change and hope to find it in the charm of the wisteria-laden San Salvatore. It’s gentle piece, full of whimsy and wit, but also moments of drama and tension.
The Alexandra Players have been long-established in the Alexandra Church Hall on Bramshot Avenue and present a wide range of plays over the year. Enchanted April is directed by Keith Hartley and the cast and crew are a mixture of familiar faces and newcomers to both the group and SE7. Tickets are £8 (£7 for concessions) and can be booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org