Congratulations to Bembridge Little Theatre Club on a funny, festive and heart-warming show that offered an alternative take on a timeless tale.
Having enjoyed previous BLTC productions, I anticipated their latest offering with delight – and I wasn’t disappointed. The play itself, about three elderly ladies who have quite literally shipped out of their retirement home in the 1960’s, and landed on the Suffolk coast in search of a new home, sets up plenty of opportunities for…
Having seen some excellent plays performed by this theatre group, I went along to the first night of ‘Quartet’ expecting to be entertained. And I was not disappointed.
This was another hugely entertaining evening, courtesy of the talent of BLTC. Even the weather seemed appropriate in a way that the director could not have foreseen: the first scene of the play was set in unseasonably hot weather, followed by a terrifying thunderstorm in scene two. The first performances did indeed take place on…
All in all, if you missed ‘Curtain Up’, you missed a gem: I must confess this was the first BLTC show I have seen – but it won’t be the last!
Chuckles at the Cemetery:
All in all, The Cemetery Club was an enjoyable piece of theatre, and congratulations must go to director Barry Aspinall, the cast and the crew for all their hard work – it most certainly paid off.
“Now, as this is not by any means the first time that male buttocks have been glimpsed at Bembridge…”