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Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense, at Nantwich Players' Theatre on the Waterlode / Pillory Street car park (CW5 5BH), from Friday, October 11 to Saturday 19 (except Sunday 13), at 7.45pm.

   This new play, by the Goodale Brothers, is from the works of P.G.Wodehouse.

   Aristocratic Bertie Wooster, and his dutiful valet, Jeeves, spend a weekend at a country house, Totleigh Towers. Wooster is called on to play matchmaker and inadvertently steals a silver cow-creamer, but Jeeves is on hand to step in and save Bertie's bacon.  

   Three actors play a multitude of characters in an inventive and totally bonkers send-up of P.G.Wodehouse's iconic double act. It won the 2014 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy.

   Tickets, at 9 each, are available from Nantwich Tourist Information Centre at the Civic Hall in Market Street. There are very few left - but visit the website link anyway!

   They can be bought in person, by phone on 01270 600727 (no booking fee); or by clicking on this link: http://bit.ly/NPboxoffice (a 1 booking fee per ticket is charged by Nantwich Town Council).

    The tickets are available until the day before each performance. Unsold tickets and returns will be available at the Players' Theatre on the evening of each performance. Enquiries about returns can be made at the theatre after 7pm on performance nights only, or see the Facebook page: @NantwichPlayers.

    The theatre telephone number is (01270) 624556.

  www.nantwichplayers.com

http://www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk/?page_id=3742

 

 

Swallow by Stef Smith, at Nantwich Players' Theatre on the Waterlode / Pillory Street car park (CW5 5BH), from Friday, November 1 to Sunday 3, at 7.45pm. This is the Players' first Studio Production of the season.

   Studio Production are performed in front of curtains around the stage rather than with scenery, but there is lighting and sound.and the cast perform the play rather than just read it!

   Three strangers are about to face their demons head on. Balanced precariously on the tipping point, they might just be able to save one another if they can only overcome their urge to self-destruct. Passionate, painful and playful, Stef Smith's play takes a long, hard look at the extremes of everyday life.

   Tickets, at 7 each, are available at the Tourist Information Centre in the Civic Hall, in Market Street. Nantwich. They can be bought in person (no booking fee); or by phone on 01270 600727 (no booking fee); or by clicking on this link: http://bit.ly/NPboxoffice (a 1 booking fee per ticket is charged by Nantwich Town Council).

   Tickets are available until the day before each performance and any unsold tickets and returns will be available at the Nantwich Players' Theatre on the evening of each performance. Enquiries about returns may be made by phone to 01270 624556 after 7pm on performance nights only, or on the Facebook page:  @NantwichPlayers.

www.nantwichplayers.com

http://www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk/?page_id=3742

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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