DESPITE THE WEATHER MIX, ROMFORD SUMMER THEATRE MANAGES TO GET IN FOUR PERFORMANCES. NOW FOR THE NEXT FOUR AND KINDER WEATHER
The sun certainly has got its hat on as the Romford Summer Theatre (RST) start preparations for the second week of Shakeapeare’s MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Gone is the plague on both our houses with days of thundery rain and shafts of sunlight, Mr Fish person at the BBC has promised much better weather and the show will definitely go on.
The opening night, Thursday June 16, saw four performances with the Sunday Matinee attracting a large audience. The cast is now preparing for Wednesday Sponsors night (not open to the public) and the final three shows from Thursday June 23 to Saturday June 25.
All start at 8pm on the Rockery, Raphael Park, Main Road, Romford, with a 20 minute interval for tea and cake.
The stage is the top end of the park alongside the lake.
The worthy and dried out cast are:
Paul Sparrowham and Lindsay Hollingsworth are the main characters Benedick and Beatrice.
Tickets are from £10 or £8 and available from the Rockery entrance or the website http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/events/127728