At this year's Wandsworth Fringe we will be presenting six original short plays that cover a range of themes.
Three Women by Liz Ashford
A Terrible Junction by Martin Duckworth
I Wrote a Play by Veronica Montalbetti
I Have This Friend From School by Alice Collins
A Grave Matter by Molly Rose
Face to Face by Tom Appleyard
The Changeling is a fast-paced, perverse tragicomedy by one of the greatest contemporaries of Shakespeare – the main author, Thomas Middleton, wrote part of Macbeth, including the witches’ scenes.
Farcical comedy is interwoven with melodramatic and bizarre portrayals of the limits of human evil.
Grab your wine, nibbles and notebooks and get ready to join Linda and her fellow “book clubbers” as they attempt to dissect the literary classics, over the course of 12 months.
This gentle comedy explores the idiosyncrasies of a group of random acquaintances brought together (through Linda’s heavy persuasion) by their love (or mild interest) of books.
As we move through 4 different meetings, each covering an array of classic novels, free flowing wine, endless crisps and small pockets of insight into each character’s life, we’re left with the question: can this motley group of strangers actually become friends? And, what exactly is a cheese puff?