National Operatic &
August Regis Players Production (4-6 August Felpham Village Hall)
The production: ‘The Angina Monologues’ by Peter Barnett.
A Woman’s Life is full of trials and tribulations – comedy monologues written for …. and featuring women. ‘The ladies sum up the quintessentially British character, from eccentric, hilarious, sometimes sad, but always with something everyone can relate to’.
To be directed by Gill Lambourn
Up to twelve monologues for Gill to select from (parts for all ages) to make up a production of comedy with food served in the interval.
The Angina Monologues was first staged in London in 2003 and received great critical acclaim - ‘witty and moving’, ‘spirited show’, ‘impressive power with words’ (The Stage).
Director Gill Lambourn is to appear in the first play of the Arundel Players Triple Bill by Alan Bennett (‘A Woman of No Importance’, ‘Soldiering On’ and ‘A Visit from Miss Protherow’) 5-10th June,2017 at The Priory Playhouse.
Gill directed for the Regis Players ‘The Odd Couple’ by Neil Simon in July 2016 and, at very short notice, took over with much acclaim the part of Cecily Robson in ‘Quartet’ by Ronald Harwood which gained for The Regis Players their fifth play to be awarded the NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association) Accolade of Dramatic Excellence Award.
NOTE: The monologues have nothing to do with medical heart problems but as Gill says ‘laughter is the best medicine for matters of the heart’.