St Albans theatre goes up in the attic
A WORLD of mixed tapes, dusty old records, dancing ’til dawn and playing the fool is unveiled when The Museum of Us is performed at the Trestle Arts Base on Saturday.
On Your Marks Theatre Company are putting on the play which finds three young women reconvening in the old rickety attic they had once played in as children.
As they come to terms with a friend’s death, they soon discover the difficulties in saying goodbye to childhood.
The performance begins at 7.30pm and tickets are �10 with concession �8, available from the box office on 01727 850950 or go to www.trestle.org.uk
Squirrels by David Mamet is being performed at the arts base in Russet Drive at 7.30pm next Saturday, October 9.
Trend Productions are putting on the play which captures the agony of the creative process through the experiences of Arthur, an eccentric writer, who is fixated on one man’s encounter with a squirrel and Edna, a younger and more realistic writer hired by Arthur to assist him with his writing.
They are occasionally accompanied by “the cleaning lady” who longs to be a writer herself in an excursion into the realm of literary creativity, whimsy and despair.
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Tickets for the performance are �8 for adults with concessions �6.