Revival of iconic drama
PUBLISHED: 17:15 23 July 2008 | UPDATED: 17:30 16 August 2010
CULT play The Killing Of Sister George is at the Greenwich Playhouse until this Sunday. Actress June Buckridge enjoys a successful career as
CULT play The Killing Of Sister George is at the Greenwich Playhouse until this Sunday.
Actress June Buckridge enjoys a successful career as the beloved Sister Geoge on the 1960s radio serial Applehurst.
But in reality, she is a hard-drinking, cigar-smoking, egotistical, sadistic lesbian who heaps endless insults and humiliations on her partner Alice.
Her life comes crashing down when her character is killed off and the only offer of a new job is to play a cow on a children's programme.
Performances are 7.30pm every day except Sunday when the show opens at 4pm.
Tickets are £11 and £9 and available from the box office on 020 8858 9256 or by e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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