Date: Wednesday 15th August 2012
Don't Dress for Dinner by Marc Camelotti, adapted by Robin Howden.
St Austell Player's summer show - always a popular event with locals and visitors alike!
This classic farce is a frenetic case of mistaken identity,with more twists than a corkscrew!!
When Jacquline decides to visit her mother for a few days, husband Bernard sees an opportunity for a naughty weekend with his new mistress.His pal Rober thas returned from Hong Kong so Bernard invites him along as his alibi, from that moment on everything changes and the high speed farce begins!
Standard : £8.00
An amateur production in arrangement with Samuel French Ltd
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St Austell Players
Founded in 1945, the St. Austell Players are based at St Austell Community Centre,Truro Road, St Austell. Previously known as 'The Arts Centre', this has been the venue for over 1,500 performances of nearly 300 Players' productions. There are usually four play productions each year, in March, May/June, August and November.
January 2005 saw the re-introduction of the Annual Pantomime. The last few years have also seen the introduction of an annual musical in October. A single four-night run - Wed. to Sat. - is usual. The August play runs for 10 nights over 2 weeks, Tues to Sat.. The Summer Plays are chosen with the idea of attracting as many holiday visitors as possible, in addition to our loyal local audience.
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50p discount on each Adult ticket for Groups of 12 to 24, per performance.
£1.00 discount on each Adult ticket for Groups of 25 or more, per performance.