29 April - 13 May
Following the recent sold-out season of “Conjugal Rites” we are pleased to announce that the sequel “Winding Up” is coming to the Gaslight Theatre in early 2023, with Jo Bishop and Steve McMurray reprising their roles as Gen and Barry Masefield in this latest Roger Hall theatrical gem.
Barry was a dentist. Gen was a lawyer. Now they are both in their seventies and retired. Retirement has gone swimmingly so far with the usual international cruises, yoga classes, attendance at funerals, dealing with body corporate issues and the occasional fall. But when Barry is diagnosed with leukemia, the two need to deal with the prospect of death.
A witty Roger Hall play that captures the essence of married life in retirement, in contemporary times
29 April - 13 May: Winding Up by Roger Hall, directed by Jo Wadsley.
5 - 19 August: Doubt, by John Patrick Shanley, directed by Tracey Barlow
18 November – 2 December: Home, I’m Darling by Laura Wade, directed by Steve Grounds
6 April – 20 April: Funny Money to be directed by Steve McMurray
27 July – 10 August: Karen Carroll to direct a play yet to be confirmed.
23 November – 7 December: A pantomime to be written by Nigel Slaughter.
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