Farndale Avenue’s ‘Macbeth’ – Performance

The Hawarden Players are proud to present a hilarious comedy The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of ‘Macbeth’. If the recent wet weather has been getting you down, then this show will leave you laughing all the way home! The performance introduces the intrepid ladies of the F.A.H.E.T.G. Dramatic Society, together with daring producer, David, and stage manager Henry.Their production – original in the extreme – of the classic tragedy ‘Macbeth’ should guarantee them a place in the drama finals in Newport, Gwent after 9 months of painstaking rehearsals. However, under the somewhat preoccupied eye of adjudicator Mr George Peach, events conspire to ensure that everything will not be all right on the night…

In true theatre fashion, the superstitious curse of Macbeth has already struck with one of our cast members, Jan. It would seem she took the old famous well-wishing stage term of breaking a part of her body a bit too literally, and ended up leaving a rehearsal with a broken arm! The play, however, must go on, and the production director, Sian Parry, stepped up to the plate to save the day.

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Ready to return to the allotment?

The Hawarden Players are just days away from returning to the stage in ‘Potting On’, written by our own Fiona Burdsall!

Here’s a sneeky peek of what can be expected on stage as we return to the allotment first encountered in our 2016 comedy ‘Gone To Pot’

So we are about to find out how our favourite allotment users have fared over the last few years and also introduce you all to some new additions!
The main questions being, can Darren and Anthony manage a weekend without their wives without too much disaster? Will Bunny get her way and make the allotments more ‘exclusive ‘? Will Blodwen get her wicked way with the long suffering Travers? And most importantly, just what are the Timmins sisters up to?
Add to that a poonami, phone a friend and some serious news from a son to his father, and the allotment goers are back in fine form! Now then. Who’s for a nice cup of tea?
Directed by Michael Gilliland, performances of Potting On take place Thursday 27th, Friday 28th and Saturday 29th July 2023, and tickets can be purchased via this link
Alternatively you can get tickets by calling Box Office 01244 543229 or on the door on the evening of performances
See you on the patch!
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