The ever-present Pinner Players have put together another amateur production, set to run over three nights next month.
The amateur theatre group, which was founded in 1936, will be performing Our Town by Thornton Wilder, a play about a small American town, set in the early 1900’s.
The play, which won a Pulitzer Prize in the 30’s, shows the daily life of a New Hampshire village with all the colourful characters, then moves on to concentrate on two of the families: the Gibbs and the Webb families, and in particular the romance between the children George and Emily and the joys and griefs experienced by both.
There is little scenery and few props, it is truly an ensemble piece with some humour, poignancy and a variety of parts.
The group have dedicated the production to the memory of Tim Hood, a long-time member who passed away last year.
They will perform on February 20, 21 and 22 at 7.45pm in Pinner Village Hall, Chapel Lane, with tickets at £12.
For more information about the play and details of Box Office visit pinnerplayers.com