Lynden Players will be presenting ‘PLOT’ for two nights only, as part of an exclusive preview double bill of fringe theatre.
The one-act comedy, written and directed by Kay Andrews-Kuhn (author of HOOD and CAMP), is a ‘backstage’ play where the story follows a troupe of actors rehearsing a new production loosely based on the Gunpowder Plot. Discovering that the script is terrible, and fearing for their reputations, the cast plot to sabotage the show. The play contains strong language and adult humour.
In an exciting new venture, the Lynden Players are delighted to join forces with Peppered Wit Productions to deliver a provocative evening of adult theatre. With a fistful of successful fringe productions in their pockets, Peppered Wit will be performing the two-handed thriller ‘The Wasp’, by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August. This is a unique opportunity to catch the show before they head off on tour.
The Wasp is a gripping thriller which shows two former school friends exploring the consequences of childhood bullying. Now at very different places in their lives, the two women tell a story which is at times darkly comedic, as the power shifts and veers towards a shocking conclusion.
Two great plays in one night? You don’t want to miss that.
Preview shows take place Friday 31 May at The Atic, Banbury (doors open 7.30pm) and 1 June at Middleton Cheney Village Hall (doors open 7.00pm). Tickets are on sale now, and selling fast. Follow the link to book: