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Saturday August 8th 2020

Bletchingley Players present “A month of Sundays” by Bob Larbey

 Bletchingley Players Autumn production will be A Month of Sundays by Bob Larbey, directed by Liz Tomlin.

This replaces Harvey by Mary Chase which was previously announced as the play for October. 

 The production will take place on October 14th, 15th and 16th at Bletchingley Village Hall and as always will include a fish n’ chip supper and a licensed bar. Please contact our box office 01737 244628 to reserve seats.  Tickets cost £13 (£11 for over 60s)

 Synopsis:

The play is set in a residential rest home in Surrey and revolves around Cooper, who has voluntarily left his family to avoid the indignity of depending on them. He and his friend, fellow resident Aylott, respond to the inevitable physical and mental frailties of old age with wit and humour. Cooper flirts outrageously with his nurse and the cleaning lady, and gives his daughter and son-in-law a hard time when they visit him on the first Sunday of every month from Milton Keynes.

‘A Month of Sundays’ is a comedy, but at the same time has an underlying sadness, as could be expected from the playwright, Bob Larbey, who will be best known for his TV comedies, such as ‘The Good Life‘, ‘Ever Decreasing Circles‘, ‘A Fine Romance‘ and ‘As Time Goes By’‘.

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