The performing rights for this play are currently withdrawn across the UK and Europe. However, seeing an opportunity to raise funds for charities at a time when most theatres in the UK are closed, they requested, and were fortunate to be granted, a licence - a special exemption for the Isle of Man. All profits from this production, hosted by a team of volunteers, will be shared between various charities: Hospice IoM; Breast Cancer Now; Breast Cancer Care; Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation; and, the Royal British Legion.
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A little bit of Yorkshire in the Isle of Man JayCee. You will have to get Peregrine to put up the camping bed in the boxroom for Mr Pudding. 😊ReplyDelete
Oh no. YP can have the shed. Much better view of the garden from there and he can chat to the sheep over the fence if he fancies company.Delete
"Calendar Girls"? Isn't that the one where women strip off for a nude calendar? This could be your big break JayCee. What a way to make your stage debut! If I do swim over, there's no way I'll be sleeping in the shed! After all, I'm not an animal.Delete
Oh alright then. You can sleep in the greenhouse instead.Delete
I'm not a friggin' tomato either!Delete
There's just no pleasing some people!Delete
Yes, will you be performing in the production and if so what will you be hiding behind?ReplyDelete
Alas I have no thespian talents whatsoever so the audience will be spared my presence on stage. If I were to perform, I would probably hide behind a bottle of fizz, or two maybe.Delete
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Nobody is accusing you of being a thespian JayCee - even though the show will happen at The Gaiety Theatre!Delete
Enjoy it. The original girls of course came from quite near to where I live.ReplyDelete
I don't suppose you knew any of them did you Weaver?Delete