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Girls Night Out

Devised by Paul Farrah. Written by Dave Simpson

February 6th-9th 2019

Theatr Clwyd



Synopsis:

Why has Tony been recently spending so much time in his bedroom listening to Rod Stewart’s hits at full volume? Nothing strange about that thinks his Mum Ivy, UNTIL she organises a hen night for the heavily pregnant Jane, for Tony’s fiancée Nicola and the worldly Sara at ‘The Feast of Flesh’ male strip club. It turns out to be a hen night like no other! 

Full of humour, pathos and secrets, and directed  by Chris Dukes, who has directed Stags and Hens, Misery, Shirley Valentine and Brassed Off for Tip Top, the production will take place in Theatr Clwyd in February.

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Production Team:
DIRECTOR Christine Dukes

Auditions:
Why has Tony been recently spending so much time in his bedroom listening to Rod Stewart’s hits at full volume? Nothing strange about that thinks his Mum Ivy, UNTIL she organises a hen night for the heavily pregnant Jane, for Tony’s fiancée Nicola and the worldly Sara at ‘The Feast of Flesh’ male strip club. It turns out to be a hen night like no other! Full of humour, pathos and secrets, and directed by Chris Dukes, who has directed Stags and Hens, Misery, Shirley Valentine and Brassed Off for Tip Top, this play will be rehearsed in Chester but performed at Theatr Clwyd, week beginning 3rd February 2019. Auditions 30 September at Forum Theatre 10.30 am - if you are going to audition for the male cast members, be prepared for some movement as part of the audition! Cast Ivy, Tony’s Mum. Aged 40-50 Jane, Bride to be. Aged 20-30 Nicola, Tony’s fiancée and BF of Jane. Aged 20-30 Sara, sister. Aged 20-30 Tony. Aged 20-30 Phil, Darren and Robbie , ‘Stars’ at The Feast of Flesh strip club. Aged 20-40 Compère at the Club ( in script unseen but in this production features on stage) 40-70 For any further information, please contact Chris after 4 Sept on 07723571822

Times & Tickets:
6th - 9th February
Evening performances at 7.45pm
Saturday matinee at 2.45pm

Tickets from £12