Village Green Theatre Group set for pre-Christmas show

THE Village Green Theatre Group is set to perform three one act plays at the Chambers Flat Hall next month.

DRAMA: The cast for the St Swithins on the Green - A Christmas Countdown performance Gail Payne, Graham Vayro, Angela Wise, Sandi Reeve, Mark Reynolds, Maureen Lethlean, Kevin Doyle, Annette Page and Charmain Jackson.

DRAMA: The cast for the St Swithins on the Green - A Christmas Countdown performance Gail Payne, Graham Vayro, Angela Wise, Sandi Reeve, Mark Reynolds, Maureen Lethlean, Kevin Doyle, Annette Page and Charmain Jackson.

Performances will be held on December 6 from 6.30pm and December 7 from 2.30pm and 6.30pm.

Tickets can be booked at Trybooking with adult tickets from $23 and concession tickets from $20.

St Swinthins on the Green - Christmas Countdown

Leading up to the end of the year, the St Swinthins on the Green - Christmas Countdown performance written by Gail Harvey will have a timely feel.

The show will feature a group of parishioners who will meet with the Vicar to decide how to celebrate Christmas.

Characters will include the agreeable Parish councillor Sir William Fotherington, his socially snobby wife Lady Fotherington and the humourless, pedantic and methodical Parish treasurer Al Check.

All characters will form a lively choir as the audience is treated to an entertaining play which shines a light on the Christmas planning process.

Airfarce One

A YOUNG flight school graduate broke the rules to get his first job as a commercial pilot and is confronted with the daunting prospect of impressing his boss on his first day.

The play written by Aerocircus and directed by Fabrice Lamarre features Tom (the pilot), Kelly (passenger) and George (air traffic controller).

The Test

SUSAN is a 30-year-old hard working woman who is waiting for a promotion to make her career fly as a successful lawyer.

In a comical twist, Susan purchases a home pregnancy test to learn whether she will have a child with Elliot, her husband of three years.

Elliot always wanted a family so he could shoot hoops with his son or play 'tea' with his daughter.

Susan pees on the pregnancy stick as she and Elliot wait to learn their fate.

This skit was written by Carl Megill and directed by Jo Connolly.

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