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Little Theatre has first production of the year

Woy Woy Little Theatre will have its opening night on Friday, February 24, for its first production of the year, Party Piece by Richard Harris.

In all, it will have 10 performances over three weekends.

"Party Piece is escapist fun with improbable, implausible plot twists, cross dressing and guaranteed to bring a big smile to your face," according to box office manager Mr Graham Vale.

"Events unfold in the back gardens of two adjacent neighbours, as Doctor Michael and his wife Roma's fancy-dress house-warming party descends into disaster and chaos, with a notable shortage of guests, a shed engulfed by smoke, and an aerodynamic Zimmer frame.

"A fence separates the neighbours, but it has a peep hole, which is used to riotous effect for each household to spy on one another and to intensify the class warfare.

"It's a hilarious send up of the rise of the English middle classes."

Mr Vale said Party Piece was directed by Sarah Lovesy, an experienced director making her debut at Woy Woy Little Theatre.

The cast includes Troy Hester, Jenna Arnold, Karyn Wiffen, Terry Matthews, Jessica Curtis, Oliver Shepherd and Katrina Cook.

Mr Vale said four plays were planned for the year.

He said Party Piece would be "followed by murder and intrigue from Agatha Christie, then a thriller courtroom drama from Jeffrey Archer, and finishing up with a Marc Comiletti french farce".

Subscriptions were available for all four plays but bookings were open for Party Piece.

All bookings and payments should be made online.

However, anyone having difficulty should phone 4344 4737 and "a volunteer will call you".

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