High Peak audiences are in for a double treat with Chinley Amateur Dramatic Society’s latest productions.
They are to stage a double bill of one act plays at Chinley WI Hall next week.
Cinema Limbo written by Wade Bradford and adapted by Alan Wells, who is directing both productions, features the talents of three young actors.
Set in a cinema box office, what is going on under Stuart’s (Ryan Naden) nose, between newcomer Joshua (Andy Gregory) and cashier Vicky (Ioana Voisei)?
The second one act play is The Telegram which has been written by Alan Wells.
This poignant, moving and sometimes funny tale is set during World War II.
Grandma (Maeve Morrison) recalls one morning two days after D-day when Viv Moore (Glynis Wells) has a premonition which disturbs her.
This has a knock-on effect with neighbour Vera (Elaine Voisei), husband Fred (Brian James) and daughter-in-law Dorothy (Wendy Jones).
Then George the postman (Steve Gill) delivers a surprise.
The plays will be performed on Thursday January 27, Friday January 28 and Saturday January 29 at the WI Hall in Chinley.
Doors open at 7pm, with the curtain going up at 7.30pm. Admission: adults £6, children (under 16) £3. A bar will be available. Tickets are available on the door or reservations can be made in advance by calling 01298 814148.