Our Next Club Nights, Play Reading and Auditions as follows:
Future Productions Night - Watch out for the next date, let us here you ideals for shows throughout 2019, Jane Burt would like to hear from you, everyone welcome to come along.
Club nights going forward will be arranged by Nick Gibbons and if you have any ideas he would pleased to hear from you -
We welcome anyone to our club nights . Members, Guests, and prospective members.
We are always looking for new activities, to get involved in hosting an evening contact
Please see calendar below for future club evenings.
@2K Theatre Social Wednesdays:
All held from 7.15 PM - the bar will be open and the log burner roaring!
Wednesday 20 February:
‘Kiss me Like You Mean it’ by Chris Chibnall.
Led by Jane Burt come along and give your opinion on this possible play for spring 2020. For two couples. 2 M & 2F One young couple and one much older.
It’s 3AM on a hot midsummer’s night in Manchester. A party is taking place in a shabby Victorian terrace house. In the back garden Tony and Ruth meet, thanks to a stolen can of beer. On the floor above Don and Edie are having a party of their own. As the night progresses, love is definitely in the air – but then so is the smell of cheap lager and even cheaper aftershave.
Please note there is strong language and adult themes in this play!
Wednesday 27 February:
‘The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy’ by Douglas Adams.
Led by David Northey come along and enjoy the classic radio play version of this perennial favourite.
Wednesday 6th March:
‘Death by Design’ by Rob Urbinati.
Led by Jane Burt our possible production for November 2020 a comedy with murder.
What happens when you mix the brilliant wit of Noel coward with the intricate plotting of Agatha Christie? Set during a weekend in an English country manor in 1932 Death by Design is a delightful and mysterious mash up of two of the greatest English writers of all time.
The characters include, a playwright and his wife, a conservative politician, a fiery socialist, an nearsighted ingénue, a zany modern dancer, a feisty Irish maid and a cockney chauffeur.
Wednesday 13 March.
‘Turn up and find out’ A fun evening exploring script excerpts and short sketches. Led by Jane Bu
Wednesday 20 March:‘
Building Blocks’ by Bob Larbey. A comedy.
Led by Jane Dyer.
Jim and Mary Baxter are in the middle of one of life's major traumas - they are having an extension built on to their house. A great deal of their time is taken up with negotiating with the builder, the charming but evasive David. By turns hilarious and touching, this well-observed comedy will bring smiles and groans of recognition to all those who have ever been involved in this situation and a few rueful warnings to those who have not!
Wednesday 27 March:
‘The Ghost Train’ by Arnold Ridley.
Led by David Northey
Arnold Ridley's classic drama was first produced in 1925 and filmed no less than three times. A very silly young man accidentally strands six passengers at a small Cornish wayside station. Despite the pyschic stationmaster's weird stories of a ghost train, they decide to stay the night in the waiting room. Soon they regret this decision as ghostly and not so ghostly apparitions materialize, before the young man reveals the true reason behind the night's events.
Watch this space for other activities.