Kendal Community Theatre
Best of the Fest 26th, 27th,28th & 29th April.
Six of the Best of the 2016 Kendal Yarns Festival of New Plays
Last July ,a vibrant festival of plays commissioned by Kendal Community Theatre took to the streets of Kendal. A total of 58 new 15-minute plays penned by writers of all ages, were performed several times by local actors over one week in various locations throughout the town. The festival culminated in a gala performance in Kendal Town Hall when one play chosen by each of the directors was performed.Come and see six of the best of these short plays in oneevening!
Kendal Date Night by Laura Howard (Carter): Speed dating in the Globe!
Dance With Me by Emilia Unia: A dance with the past on Kendal Station
Bridges Apart by Hannah Sowerby: Young love divided by storm-wrecked bridge
Hannah’s Choice by Sheelagh O’ Brien: A sacrifice to survive – to chop or not to chop.
Girl Fishing by Martin Chambers: Romney’s muse returns to the banks of the Kent & Abbot Hall
Men of Progress by John Scott: From snuff to fracking, spin rules OK.
Directed by Jayne Davies and Emma Rucastle
Kendal Community Theatre was founded in 2011 by six dedicated people. Since A Passion for Kendal was performed on the streets of Kendal in 2012, they have commissioned new work and produced a range of exciting plays. They are committed to experiment in types of theatre and a variety of spaces.
Tickets £11 Adults,£10 Members,£5 Children (Click on date below to book a booking fee applies) or ring 015395 61076