All readings and auditions will take place in the bar, doors open 6.45pm and start 7.30pm unless otherwise stated. Audition pieces will be available during the night of the reading. You do not have to audition if you attend the reading, come along and join in the fun...bar also open! Entrance is via Strand Street only.
The next reading and auditions are for Relatively Speaking, directed by Stephen Labourne.
Relatively Speaking Synopsis The play opens in the flat of Greg and Ginny, a young co-habiting couple, Ginny being the more sexually experienced. Greg finds a strange pair of slippers under the bed and is too besotted to believe they might have been left by another man (which would also explain the bunches of flowers and boxes of sweets filling Ginny’s apartment). Ginny goes off for a day in the country, supposedly to visit her parents but actually to break things off with her older married lover, Philip. Greg decides to follow her. The next scene is on the patio at the home of Philip and his befuddled wife Sheila, whose marriage is clearly under strain. Greg shows up unannounced before Ginny, and wrongly assumes that they are her parents. Greg asks for her hand from Philip, while Philip mistakenly believes that the strange young man is asking permission to marry Sheila. Once Ginny arrives, she convinces Philip to play the role of her father. Meanwhile, Greg still believes that Sheila is Ginny’s mother. The situation becomes increasingly complicated and hilarious .
Cast Ginny - A young woman with a chequered past (Playing age 20’s – 30’s) Greg - Ginny's current boyfriend (Playing age 20’s – 30’s) Philip - Ginny’s former employer and ex-lover (Playing age 40’s -50’s) Sheila – Philip’s wife (Playing age 40’s -50’s) COPY OF SCRIPT AVAILABLE ON REQUEST TO: email@example.com
The production will run from 3rd March to 10th March, (excluding Sunday).
The reading will take place on 23rd October
The auditions will take place on 25th October
Other reading and audition dates: -
April 2018 - Reading 4th January; Auditions 9th January