What’s On

Quartet by Ronald Harwood

Cecily, Reggie and Wilfred reside in a home for retired opera singers. Each year, on 10 October, there is a concert to celebrate Verdi’s birthday. Jean, who used to be married to Reggie, arrives at the home and disrupts their equilibrium. She still acts like a diva and refuses to sing. But the show must go on … By turns funny and poignant.

Wednesday 21 to Saturday 24 November 2018 at 8pm
in Hartley Village Hall, Ash Road, Hartley, DA3 8EL

Directed by Marion Asplin

Cast
Jean Horton – Yvonne Hegarty
Cecily Robson – Carol Arman-Addey
Wilfred Bond – Nick Noakes
Reginald Paget – David Clark

Tickets £10 (adults) and £8 (concessions)

For Box Office details please see the Book Tickets page.

 

 

 

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5 Responses to What’s On

  1. paul tetley says:

    found Plaza Suite very funny. it always amazes me how everyone remembers all those lines.
    the scenery was excellent.

  2. Mary Cracknell says:

    Came to see Calendar Girls on first night. What a triumph! I enjoyed every hilarious and sometimes emotional moment. Well done to the ladies of Knapely WI and supporting cast

  3. Fairby Grange says:

    Wonderful show. The residents from Fairby Grange thoroughly enjoyed it well done to everyone

  4. Eileen McManus says:

    We came to see Twelfth Night on 22 November 2014. Thank you Hartley Players for such an entertaining evening and well done on your first (I think!) venture into Shakespeare!!

  5. The National Operatic and Dramatic Association’s representative enjoyed Twelfth Night. “The .. simple set worked well. Good use was made of part of the auditorium for entrances and exits. Backstage work was handled well, as was lighting. Costumes looked excellent and colourful against the black curtains.

    There were some strong performances from the leading characters. The rest of the cast were equally up to the challenge and the quality of acting was excellent throughout. Congratulations should go to all involved, especially Director Martin Pickering who can be justly proud of the way he brought Shakespeare to Hartley for the first time.

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