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.
We are excited to announce tickets are now on sale for our summer play. It’s a little later than usual but we promise you an evening of laughter.
Agatha Crusty (pronounced Croosty!) arrives in Gigglington for the annual book festival when she stumbles across the local amateur dramatic group who are rehearsing their forthcoming Pantomime. All seems well at first until a series of what Police believe are ‘accidents’’. Agatha is not so sure and puts her sleuthing skills to work, while the group hilariously try to solve their dwindling cast dilemma. As the bodies stack up so do the laughs in this classic whodunnit.
Join us at Hawarden Institute on Thurs 1st, Fri 2nd or Sat 3rd September 2022 to be a part of the ‘going’s on‘ in Gigglington Village Hall
Tickets can be purchased by calling 01244 543229, by visiting the Hawarden Post Office or on our website by clicking here