Let’s not forget the Wardrobe Department. As Maureen says, “the costumes maketh the play…”
Congratulations to Bembridge Little Theatre Club on a funny, festive and heart-warming show that offered an alternative take on a timeless tale.
Adapted from George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, My Fair Lady is the story of phonetician Henry Higgins who slips into the Covent Garden flower market to record the voices of its sellers, he cracks that he could make a grubby flower girl sound like a duchess. The grubby flower girl, Eliza, takes him up on the…
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.
Overall, this was a highly animated and well executed farce – light and droll with a happy ending. With major praise to Geoff Kirk for his direction, the production team and of course the talented actors, this local production of Funny Money is both genuinely humorous and easy viewing for everyone. I very much look forward to Origin Theatre’s next outing!
We catch up with the cast behind this superb farce! Content includes references to a ‘red bra’ and “… the twists and turns are as complicated as the family tree of a guest on Jeremy Kyle.”
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.
Monty Python fan or not, it would be hard to fault this spectacular production of Spamalot!