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.Kilmardinny Players.

A non-professional club dedicated to cultivate and further the interests of drama

based at Kilmardinny Arts Centre, 50 Kilmardinny Avenue, Bearsden. G61 3NN

Kilmardinny Players is a Registered Scottish Charity - Charity Number  SC041872

 

Thursday 2nd November to Saturday 4th November @ 19:30  

'Present Laughter' by Noël Coward at Kilmardinny House Arts Centre

directed by Colin Price

 

To reserve tickets click here

Present Laughter is a comic play which follows a few days in the life of the successful and self-obsessed light

comedy actor Garry Essendine as he prepares to travel for a touring commitment in Africa.  Amid a series of events

bordering on farce, Garry has to deal with women who want to seduce him,placate both his long-suffering secretary

and his estranged wife, cope with a crazed young playwright, and overcome his impending mid-life crisis.

Poster can be downloaded here

 

For rehearsal schedule, click here

 

 

Monday 20th and Thursday 23rd November

Auditions for 'Seperate Tables' by Terence Rattigan at Westerton Library

Auditions will be held on Monday 20 November and Thursday 23 November in the Westerton Library at 7.30 pm for our Spring 2018

production week beginning Monday 19 March 2018. These will take place in at 7.30 pm. If you wish to audition for a part or put

yourself forward to be part of our backstage crew, please email our chair person at: cdowers@virginmedia.com . All welcome.

Rehearsals will begin early Jan 2018.

Cast List:

Mabel and Doreen: waitresses; Miss Cooper: hotel manageress

Lady Matheson: civil servant, widow

Mrs Railton Bell: prominent looking person

Miss Meacham: myopic unspectacled gambler

Mrs Anne Shankland: smart air of Belgravia, ex wife of John Malcolm

Jean Tanner: young, attractive looking in a relationship with Charles Stratton

Miss Sibyl Railton Bell: timid looking, daughter of Mrs Railton Bell

Mr Fowler: ex public school master, quiet, impassive looking.

Mr John Malcolm: rugged appearance, untidily dressed, unruly hair, slight North Country accent, ex husband of Anne Shankland.

Charles Stratton: young, attractive looking

Major Pollok: mid 50s, clipped military moustache, extremely neat clothes, claims to be retired Major.

 

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