‘Cinderella: The Untold Story’ & ‘The Flesh Game’ – latest from The Alexandra Players

Alexandra Players

News in from The Alexandra Players:

For our Winter 2015 production, we have chosen two short plays that will see children from the local community joining us, as well as a few of our newest members. The play opens on Thursday 19th February and runs until Saturday 21st February.

Thursday 19th – 8pm | Friday 20th – 8pm | Saturday 21st – 2pm & 6.30pm (Doors open 30 minutes before curtain up)

Seats £9 Conc. £8 Children £5

 ACT I is a play called CINDERELLA: THE UNTOLD STORY by John O’Hara – the pantomime-ish fairytale wedding of the fake Cinderella and Prince Charming comes to a screeching halt when O’Reilly, a fairy tale fixer, breaks it up to reveal the true, untold story.

 ACT  II is a play called THE FLESH GAME by Rae Shirley – a lively comedy that takes a light-hearted look at slimming. Set in a regimented Health Spa, presided over by the humourless and power-loving Nurse Burton, its guests respond to its structure like naughty schoolchildren. They all have their different reasons for being there and there is plenty of fun and games as the different ways of cheating are sought.

 People wishing to book seats can do so by any of the following methods:

 RESERVE BY TEXT: 07867 627 987

EMAIL: alexandraplayers@gmail.com

BOOK ONLINE:www.alexandraplayers.org.uk

 

 

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