Kimpton Players staging Pinter’s Caretaker

PUBLISHED: 10:23 12 June 2011

Left to right - David Vine as Aston, Arthur South as Davies and Keith White as Mick

Left to right - David Vine as Aston, Arthur South as Davies and Keith White as Mick


TWO regular performers at one of the most famous theatres in the UK are taking key roles in The Kimpton Players next production which opens next Thursday, June 16.

Seasoned actors Arthur South and Keith White have both appeared at the Minack Theatre in Cornwall and will be combining with well-known local actor David Vine in the production of Harold Pinter’s The Caretaker.

Commenting on his previous collaborations with Arthur, Keith said: “Arthur and I have appeared on stage together many times – here and in the US – but this will be the first time we’ve had lead roles together.”

Arthur, who is also chairman of The Kimpton Players, added: “Our group has been justly lauded over the years for its Old Time Music Hall but this will be something very different for us, very new and exciting.”

The show is being produced by Kimpton’s Aussie import Doug Jenner who said: “It might sound mad but I’ve dreamed of putting this show on for over 30 years. Three supremely talented actors at my disposal means I can do it at last.”

The Caretaker will be performed at Kimpton Memorial Hall in Hall Lane until next Saturday, June 18, with doors opening at 7.30pm. Tickets and further information can be obtained from the box office on 01438 832542.

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