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Sep 27, 2018
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Posted by: Teresa

Oct to Dec 2018

10th October: The Importance of Being Earnest - (read through) 8-10pm Clavering Village Hall CANCELLED

3rd November: The Importance of Being Earnest - staged reading to audience 8-10pm Clavering Village Hall. Directed by Gordon Cummings CANCELLED

25th November: Auditions 5-6:30pm (read through) Clavering Village Hall

Allo Allo by Jeremy Lloyed and David Croft. Directed by Jennifer Scott-Reid

14th, 15th and 16th December: Aladdin Directed by Jennifer Scott-Reid

Clavering Players Website
 

Whose Life Is It Anyway? (Clark)

When sculptor Ken Harrison is permanently paralysed by an accident, he is unwilling to concede to a life of physical helplessness and embarks on a struggle for the right to be allowed to die.

With elements of black humour, the play deals with the attempts of well-meaning authority to control the life of the individual.

 

Cast:

Ken Harrison             Peter Simmons

Sister Anderson         Sharon Willmott

Kay Sadler                 Lara Anstead

John                        Jamey Benson

Dr Clare Scott            Becky Pini

Dr Sarah Emerson       Judy Curry

Mrs Gillian Boyle          Sue Clatworthy

Philip Hill                    Chris Fryer

Dr Paul Travers           Peter Clyne

Petra Kershaw QC       Charlotte Foster

Mr Justice Millhouse     John Russell

Dr Barr                       Ken Kemp

Andrew Eden QC        Trevor Osbourn

 

Director                      Gordon Cummings

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