PUBLISHED: 17:52 30 September 2009 | UPDATED: 17:14 16 August 2010
AN AMATUER dramatic society is staging a four-man production set in a northern nightclub in the 1980s. Members of The Riverside Payers,
AN AMATUER dramatic society is staging a four-man production set in a northern nightclub in the 1980s.
Members of The Riverside Payers, based in Eynsford High Street, are due to perform Bouncers, by John Godber, at the Village Hall on October 2, 3, 9 and 10.
The cast comprises four men who play a host of characters including the bouncers, lads out on the town, teenage girls, hairdressers, barbers and various other characters,
whom they encounter along the way.
A show spokesperson said: "This play appeals to anyone who has ever been to a club, pub or anywhere else on a Saturday night in town. We have all seen the characters, we may even have been them on some nights.
"The play always sells well because it is fast moving, extremely funny on different levels (the sight of a large hairy man wielding a small pink handbag always gets the audience going) but it is also thought provoking and explores the grubby underside of nightlife."
Tickets for the show, which starts at 7.30pm, are priced £8.
Call 01322 861001 or visit www.riversideplayers.co.uk for tickets or more information.
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