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Wednesday, 21-May-2008 19:30 Email | Share | | Bookmark
A Streetcar Named Desire - The Nuffield

By Tennessee Williams, directed by Patrick Sandford

What you’ll love… No playwright understood human desire and longing better than Tennessee Williams. The play is thrilling and moving.

First performed in 1947 this is Tennessee Williams’ masterpiece and one of the most famous American plays of all time. Blanche is 30, still young, but she does not feel it. She comes to visit her sister, Stella, in a poor quarter of New Orleans. Stella’s husband Stanley is raw, brutish, a go-getter in a modern world. Blanche is beautiful, fragile, apparently yearning for a past elegance… but is she hiding the truth of her life?

The heat is sweltering. The demons burst forth in madness, jealousy and sex.

A Streetcar Named Desire is presented through special arrangement with The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.

Wednesday, 20-Feb-2008 19:30 Email | Share | | Bookmark
The President's Holiday - The Nuffield

What you’ll love… A star cast, a London co-production, a thrilling new play!

Julian Glover and Isla Blair head a distinguished cast. One late summer afternoon a successful middle-aged man sits peacefully with his wife on the verandah of their summer house. Somewhere below them their grandchildren are playing on the beach.

Half an hour later all communication with the outside world has been cut and the house is swarming with heavily armed officers. The man is Mikhail Gorbachev, President of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and the date is 18 August 1991.

Both political thriller and personal drama, THE PRESIDENT’S HOLIDAY draws on the diaries of Raisa Gorbachev to tell the story of a family under siege and an idealist who unwittingly destroys everything for which he has fought.

Friday, 1-Feb-2008 18:22 Email | Share | | Bookmark
The Panto of the Opera _ hangers farm 1st Feb

The Panto of the Opera
By Stuart Ardern
There's pantomime mayhem when the Paris Opera is haunted by a mysterious figure in a white mask.

But remember, it's not over 'til the fat lady sings …

More Panto fun from the company that brought you Beauty & The Beast & Sinbad.

This is a Community Theatre production

Tuesday, 29-Jan-2008 00:28 Email | Share | | Bookmark
A sunny day, Hooch was on his bed in the garden all morning

Hooch and Shilo
A sunny day, Hooch laid on his bed in the garden all morning, and I kept joining him for cuddles, under the fleece, before he left to be with Nanny and Granddad and his best friend Shilo.

Monday, 28-Jan-2008 00:26 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Test Park Dave, Mum, Hooch and I

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