Wilmslow Guild Players

Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society's Production of

By David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jnr.


Wednesday 30th March 2011, 7.45pm
Thursday 31st March 2011, 7.45pm
Friday 1st April 2011, 7.45pm
Saturday 2nd April 2011 7.45pm

This uproarious comedy introduces the intrepid ladies of the Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society, together with their daring producer David and stage manager Henry. Their original production of the classic tragedy Macbeth should guarantee them a place in the drama finals at Welwyn Garden City, after nine months of painstaking rehearsals.

However, under the carefully mascaraed eye of adjudicator Mr George Peach, events conspire to ensure that everything will not be "all right on the night". Poor Kate has injured her leg, and she bravely goes on with it in plaster; Lady Macbeth does not turn up so has to be played by mustachioed Henry; and Peach announces that they have only eight and a half minutes left to finish most of the final act.

As usual, these intrepid ladies manage to rise to the occasion.

Press Articles

The director appeared on David Chadderton's Theatre Show on Canalside Community Radio (102.8FM) talking about the play on 17th March 2011.

Article on www.wilmslow.co.uk