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Everton Village Players

Live Theatre on your doorstep

Unravelled A Collection of six short plays by Gill Blow Thursday 1st to Saturday 3rd June 2017

Variety is the spice of life it’s said, and there’s plenty of it in this collection of six short plays to be performed by The Workhouse Players at Everton Village Hall in June.

A medley of characters unravel the the twists and turns of their stories which are funny and poignant, even sinister. Characters such as Audrey who, as she winds wool, talks of the painful reason why she has to face her fear of driving over the Humber Bridge; there is a revealing conversation between two people in the grounds of a stately home; then there’s pensioner Clive, an Elvis impersonator who gets into hot water with his drainpipes, and the strange disturbing tale of Mr. Sinclair.

There’s Jean who explains why she is secretly knitting in a cafe under the skewed gaze of the owner, and the captivating tale of the couple who meet on a hill.

Workhouse Players actors Mand Austen, Sue Hill, Phil Jones, Laura Martin and Dean Woolley display their spellbinding talents in this production written by award winning author and playwright Gill Blow.

Performances are at 7.30pm at Everton Village Hall, on June 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Tickets (£6 adults and £5 students) go on sale on 23rd April, please see details of how to book on our tickets page.

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