Two plays announced for Spotlight Theatre

Spotlight Theatre Bridlington.'Dress rehersal for The Dumb Waiter. --'Kenneth Davison, William Stanforth-Sharpe. --'NBFP PA1443-10b
Spotlight Theatre Bridlington.'Dress rehersal for The Dumb Waiter. --'Kenneth Davison, William Stanforth-Sharpe. --'NBFP PA1443-10b

Bridlington Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society are pleased to be performing two Harold Pinter plays, directed by Emily Whittington.

They have been rehearsing for the last few weeks at Spotlight Theatre.

The Dumb Waiter is a one act play, which opens with two hitmen, Ben and Gus, played by William Stanforth and Kenneth Davison, in a basement waiting for their assignment. The last job has got Gus thinking, whilst Ben just wants a cup of tea. The routine is disturbed by the dumb waiter. This ingenious prop has been made by our set designer, John Wilkinson.

The second play A Slight Ache, is a tragicomic play, concerning a married couple, Edward played by Graham Beeston and Flora by Pat Davison. There are themes of growing old and insecurity about threats to one’s self-identity, as embodied in the character of the Matchseller, played by Richard Styles.

The plays are on Monday to Thursday 27th 28th 29th 30th October at 7.30pm.

The tickets are £8.00 (Adults only) and can be purchased from the Box Office at Bridlington Blinds and Curtains or telephone 01262 601006