New Directors' Double Bill (2003)

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Poster by Stuart Draper

Performances: Tue 6th - Sat 10th May 2003, Bell Theatre

Come into the Garden, Maud

By Noel Coward

Directed by Paul Hurley


Belonging to the 1965 Coward collection 'Suite in Three Keys', this light comedy centres around Anna-Mary and Verner Conklin, an extremely wealthy American couple on holiday in Europe. While Anna-Mary plans for a dinner party to impress her snobbish friends - plans which soon begin to go awry - Verner begins to reconsider their relationship after the arrival of the mysterious Maud.


Crew for Come Into the Garden Maude

Melons at the Parsonage

By Nick Warburton

Directed by Bob Callender


When two companies become joint winners of a local drama festival the rules decree a tie breaker. Each group must perform an extract from its own play and then an extract from the opposing team's entry. The pieces are very different - one a traditional murder mystery featuring a vicar, a maid and a spinster, the other a piece of dark experimental art, full of symbolic meanings.


Crew for Melons at the Parsonage

Crew for both plays



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