Following the hugely popular STEEL MAGNOLIAS and DEALERS CHOICE
Fulneck Drama Society have elected to do something just for fun.
Austin Steele’s FRIENDS & NEIGHBOURS is the Society’s choice
for the Spring 2003 production at the Comenius Centre. Written and set
in the early sixties, at the height of the Cold War, the play follows
the hilarious antics of an ‘ordinary’ Leeds family who entertain a
Russian cultural delegation for a week.
“FRIENDS & NEIGHBOURS,” Christine Robbins reliably informs us, “is
a classic Northern comedy played for one reason, and one reason only –
laughter. Well worth pulling off the shelf, dusting down and replaying
to a modern audience.”
We say great, Chris. If the play reaches the high quality and
standards set by previous FDS productions we can all look forward an
evening of laughter, tears and tearful laughter.
Performances of FRIENDS &NEIGHBOURS take place on the following
Tuesday April 8th,
Thursday April 10th,
Friday April 11th
Saturday April 12th.
Curtain up at 7.30pm.
Additional bookings for non-patrons’ tickets are £5, and £4 for
concessions. (Please note there is no Wednesday performance.)
Regretfully, because there are only four performances, some people
might not be able to obtain tickets. To avoid disappointment please
book as soon as possible.
To book tickets please ring