Auditions: Snakeskin and Fur & Honeymoon Suite 12th and 25th April at 7.30pm

Two One Act Comedies

Scheduled: 20-24th June at 7.30 pm

If you are interested please email Moyra Brookes,  [email protected] or just turn up on the night. Please let us know if you are interested but cannot make it so we can arrange a suitable time to see you

Snakeskin and Fur written and directed by Phillip Bingham

An Original play: Liberty is a hustler and is in search of a man to assist her with a scam. She’s racing against time to find someone so uses speed dating to interview as many men as quickly as possible! Here she meets Oscar, who is the best of a bad bunch and with reluctance they get together.He thinks its because of his charm and ability to sell himself. Liberty decides to set him a test and settles on a simple “short-con” to test him. She describes to him (and hence the audience) how it should work and what he should do. They then try to play it out…….


Oscar: Playing age 30’s

Liberty: Playing age 30’s

Geoff: Male any age

Facilitator:Male or Female, any age

Barista:Male or Female, any age

Bartender: Male or Female, any age

Honeymoon Suite by Tony Layton

Directed by Moyra Brookes

Something Old Something New

Ageing and fading pop star Jet checks into the bridal suite with new wife Pat. She has been his PA for over 15 years and has seen it all. The marriage is, for him, a sham, a publicity stunt, not so for her. Francis the porter is an unwitting pawn in keeping the press at bay. During their stay they gradually make discoveries about each other with a surprising conclusion ……….


Jet: Middle aged faded rocker

Pat: 35-40 smart, quick witted PA to Jet

Francis: Wily, elderly Irish Porter



BLOS in association with The Nomads presents: Orpheus in the Underworld

Bookham Light Operatic Society in association with The Nomads presents:

Orpheus in the Underworld

Directed by Jackie Shearer, Musical Director Laura Brown, Choreographer Samantha Potten

Wed 24th to Sat 27th May at 7.30pm and Sat 27th May at 2.30pm

A comic operetta in three acts. From the original by Hector Cremieux and Ludovic Halvy Music by Jaques Offenbach, New book and lyrics by Phil Park, Music adapted and arranged by Ronald Hanmer

Tickets: Adults 17, Children under 16 £12

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This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International on behalf of Joseph Weinberger Ltd

The Bear & The Proposal (Part of the Sneeze) by Anton Chekhov translated and adapted by Michael Frayn

Two Hilarious Russian Farces

The Bear and The Proposal (part of The Sneeze)

by Anton Chekov, translated and adapted by Michael Frayn

The Bear Directed by Justin Cobb, The Proposal Directed by Murray Stephen

18-22 April at 8pm in the studio

Tickets £12

This amateur production of “The Sneeze” (featuring The Bear and The Proposal only) is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd

The Bear: Grigory, a landlord has come to collect an outstanding debt but meets his match in the mourning widow, Elena, whose husband died 7 months ago. She has no money in the house , he won’t leave without it.This leads to a clash of wills. Can the butler get Grigory to leave before things get out of hand? How will it resolve itself? Come along and find out

The Proposal: A young Russian landowner goes to propose to his neighbour’s daughter. Apart from being a neurotic, hypochondriac he is very eligible and her father is delighted- so what could possibly go wrong? And what have two hunting dogs got to do with it?