Residents are being invited to Kings Langley Players’ latest production, which will take place next month.
The Players, pictured above during one of their Wizard of Oz performances in December, will perform Diary of a Nobody; a comedy by George and Weedon Grossmith which was adapted by Hugh Osborne; from March 10-12 at the Kings Langley Community Centre.
The story follows Charles Pooter – a lowly London bank clerk – who dreams of being a ‘somebody’.
He and his beloved wife Carrie move into their dream house in Upper Holloway, and set about embracing the joys of middle-class suburbia.
So confident is he that things are on the up, he begins a diary to record events in his wonderful life.
But Pooter’s bubble is quickly burst when his ill-fated attempts at social climbing bring him crashing down to earth with a bump.
Fast-paced, inventive and deliciously satirical, the cast – remarkably only four actors – portray a cavalcade of engaging characters.
To book tickets now, go to www.ticketsource.co.uk/klp/the-diary-of-a-nobody/e-dxokkg