3 One Act Plays

The Sinodun Players reopen their studio theatre to present an intimate staging of one-act plays by three of theatre’s most renowned playwrights.
Director: Chris Harris

Tue 28 Mar 7.45pm       Book Now
Wed 29 Mar 7.45pm       Book Now
Thu 30 Mar 7.45pm       Book Now
Fri 31 Mar 7.45pm       Book Now
Sat 1 Apr 7.45pm       Book Now

Duration: 120 mins. Timings to be confirmed
All tickets £10

Upstairs venue, unreserved seating. Please note the Studio Theatre is unfortunately unsuitable for people with mobility problems.
All 3 plays will be performed each show, with one interval.

P. G. Wodehouse’s comedy Indian Summer of an Uncle. Bertie Wooster’s uncle, Lord Yaxley, wants to marry a younger woman from – Good Grief! – the working class! Can fiction’s greatest ‘gentleman’s gentleman’, Jeeves, extricate his Lordship and save the family escutcheon…?

Alan Ayckbourn’s socially observant comedy A Talk in the Park. Five people sit on park bench’s one Sunday afternoon. They all want to talk – but does anyone want to listen?  Confusion reigns in a 17-minute distillation of this great playwright’s art set in the 1970’s.

Susan Glaspell’s Suppressed Desires. Henrietta has fallen hook, line and sinker for the teachings of Sigmund Freud. But what will happen when first her long-suffering architect husband and then her younger sister visit her therapist too? A witty and thought-provoking comedy set in early 20th Century New York.