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We're pleased to announce that this year we are holding a series of social play readings.
So whether you are looking into joining us, or just fancy an evening at the pub with a difference, come along. No obligation to read!
The first reading will be on Tuesday 9th April at 8pm at The Six Bells, High Street, Billingshurst, RH14 9QS.
We'll be reading "PRIN" by Andrew Davies. Set in England during the educational upheaval of the 1980s this play is full of comedy and lively wit.
Our latest production has been cast and rehearsals are now underway.
Tickets will be allocated to Friends of the Society first, and then will go on sale to the general public (usually a month before the production dates). They will be available online via WeGotTickets, and in person (cash only) from Mansell McTaggart.
PLEASE DO NOT ASK MANSELL MCTAGGART ABOUT TICKETS UNTIL AFTER THEY HAVE BEEN SET UP AS THE BOX OFFICE AS THEY ARE BUSY SELLING PROPERTIES - WE WILL PUBLISH THE DATE HERE, ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER, AND VIA OUR NEWSLETTER. Thank you.
Lord Arthur Savile is about to be married to the delightful Sybil Merton and couldn’t be happier. Unfortunately, he has his palm read by the dodgy practitioner Podgers who reveals he will commit a murder. Feeling obliged to get the filthy business over and done with before the wedding, he enlists the help of his faithful butler Baines and the somewhat disturbing anarchist Winkelkopf. What could possibly go wrong…?