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An evening of monologues at the beautiful Trenavin Chapel in Ventnor. ‘Reflections and Confessions’ was presented in the form of a somewhat confused Church Service – taking it’s theme from the ambience of Trenavin Chapel. The monologues encompass poetry and prose, and are mainly humorous in tone, although there are a few more serious moments. Tickets on sale from 9am 26th October 2015 for Offshore Theatre’s next Production...

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Offshore Theatre is presenting two one-act plays in May 2015 at the Cowes Cultural Centre. Butter Side Up – by Maggie Dealey and directed by Sara Fleisner A 50 minute comedy set in a coastal B’n’B.  There are domestic dramas going on between Sally, Sam and Charlie. Then the guests appear.  Nem has an uncanny knack of upsetting everyone, while respectable Miss Hartley appears to be wanted by the Police.   Then the...

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Offshore Theatre commences the 2015 season with “The Beauty Sleeping”. Join in with Mother Droopy (Simon Furniss) and her two sons, Fiddle Droopy (Sianan Price) and Tinkle Droopy (Imogen Price) as they take the well-loved characters from Sleeping Beauty on a pantomime adventure. Audience members should be prepared to boo at Hogben, The Bad Witch of the South, (Emma Volard), to Yodel to bring the assistance of Betty, The...

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Potluck – Directed by Joan Johnston & Jenni Boyle A young couple have just moved into a new apartment and are in the throes of unpacking, when the husband remembers he has asked the boss and his wife for tea. Their frantic efforts to put dinner together are complicated by the presence, in the basement, of their very disreputable landlord. The eventual dinner party is somewhat...

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Ladybirds – Directed by Sara Fleisner A 40 minute play with an all-female cast presented in May 2014. The village drama group has lost all their men. The future looks bleak until a bright, young director, Francesca Delmarco, agrees to help them out. She is professionally trained and she has a plan which will give the group a new lease of life. She persuades them to enter the ‘Dame Agnes Wragg Festival of One Act Plays for...

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