Grown women, aching feet and heaving bosoms! Follow the Cheshire Cats team as they speedwalk their way to fundraising success in a comedy to be presented by Everton Village Players.
Five diverse characters are attempting to walk 13 miles across London in record time in their decorated bras and posh new trainers. However the 6th member of the team doesn't seem to meet the physical criteria! Cheshire Cats is a performance which is a cross between a girls’ night out and a real mission to support a cause close to many hearts.
Gail Young, the dramatist, got her inspiration for Cheshire Cats from engaging in the Moonwalk for the charity Walk the Walk Worldwide, which raises money across the World for breast cancer, awarding grants for medical research and care.
David Larder, the Director of Cheshire Cats, has planned for his production of Cheshire Cats to raise money for this most worthwhile charity. “Most families have been affected by cancer, and I am in remission for prostate cancer. I now have a dormant bone marrow cancer. So this is personal for me, and I hope to raise as much as I can for breast cancer research. But at the same time I promise to give our audiences an excellent evening’s entertainment with huge laughs, as well as moving moments in this poignant play.“
David enjoys working with a cast of strong women. Already under his belt he has ‘Ladies Day’ and ‘The Allotment’ performed by Everton Village Players.
Cheshire Cats can be seen at Everton Village Hall, from February 15th to 18th, supported by a cast from across the region, as part of the Everton Village Players 2017 Season of excellent plays.
To book for this production call our box office (01777 817395) or go straight to our Tickets page and book online.