Three One-Act Plays, Sheringham

RICHARD BATSON A three-course feast of quickfire comedy is served up by Sheringham Players for their spring production.

RICHARD BATSON

A three-course feast of quickfire comedy is served up by Sheringham Players for their spring production at the Little Theatre.

Between Mouthfuls cleverly flits between two arguing couples at restaurant dining tables – following the eyes and ears of a discreet but determined waiter, played brilliantly by Kees van Woerkom.

On one table are Mr and Mrs Pearce (Neil Batchelor and Janet Kelly) while at the other simmer his work underling Martin (Carl Denis) and wife Polly (Jo Kirkham).


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Last Scene of All takes a wicked peek at the pretensions and prejudices in a home for retired actors.

To beat the boredom they snipe at each other, with the classically-trained Dame Anthea and Francesca (Joan Spall and Joyce Harvey) sneering at the variety singers and dancers Bobbie and Cherry (Jennifer Stevens and Coral Batchelor). The men are little better, with Anthony Redfearn (Gerald Fisher) and Arthur Pendragon (Graham Blyth) also living past roles. Their foibles are stripped bare by former dresser Gladys, superbly played by Sarah Westlake.

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Caught on the Hop is a farce set in Victorian Paris, where the philanderings of husband Etienne Fontaineau (Graham Blyth) and his wife Sophie (Susan Knights) are exposed in a corkscrew plot.

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