Cowardly company? 

A Bridgnorth amateur theatre company will present one of Noel Coward’s popular plays at local venues in May.

Bridgnorth Players will perform the comedy ‘Nude with Violin’, a satire set in 1950s Paris about modern art, a fraudulent artist, and the chaos that ensues following his death. The play is to be directed by Liz Herdson.

“This is a great comedy, one of Coward’s finest, and we’re sure it will appeal to our audiences,” says Liz. “We’ve put together a wonderful cast featuring actors well known to our local playgoers and others who are joining us for the first time.”

The play will appear at Broseley’s Birchmeadow Centre on Friday May 11; Quatt Village Hall on Saturday May 12; Chelmarsh Parish Hall on Friday May 18; and Community Hall, Low Town, Bridgnorth on Saturday May 19. All performances begin at 7.30pm and tickets are £8 if booked before Monday 7 May and £10 after or on the door. Block bookings are £7 per person for a party of six or more, if booked before 7 May.

To book tickets, call 01746 767425, email or online via Ticketsource bridgnorthplayers


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