By Alistair Faulkner | Directed by Barbara Crawford

Rose is a charming and dignified old maiden lady who is living out her twilight years in a country nursing home which has strong links to her younger days.

As Rose's health declines, past and present in her mind begin to melt into one. She recalls vivid memories of the Great War and we learn something of her family life, her time as an ambulance driver, her love for a young Flying Corps pilot and the heroic exploits of her Flying Corps ‘Ace’ brother, through several flash-back scenes.

The quiet atmosphere of the nursing home is often brightened by the humorous flirtations of a young nurse and her boyfriend, and the flash-backs highlight the very different attitudes to life and romance which separate the two generations of young people.


Rose - Judy Corderoy
Bridget - Julia Day
Young Rose - Emily Holding
Edward - Stuart Anderson
James /Peter - Alex Ashcroft
Matron/Mother - Kim Anderson
Father/Doctor - Stephen White

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SNOOPY - The Musical Auditions

8th & 9th August

Based on the world renowned Peanuts comic strip, this rarely performed sequel to YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN sparkles with the quiet knowledge, wit and warmth of Charles M Schulz’s unforgettable characters. Musical numbers include The Big Bow-Wow, Don’t Be Anything Less (Than Everything You Can Be), Just One Person, plus four new numbers for this revised version of the original production.