Pull up a bench for the debut of aÂ new play
This newÂ play tells the story of Tom, an uncompromising, seemingly cold-hearted Â businessman who changes when a secret he has held for years is uncovered and we learn why he is the wayÂ he is.
Benches is the latest play by Portsmouth writer Roger Goldsmith.
RogerÂ says: '˜I was lucky enough to be selected as one of 10Â writers for the Royal Court Writers' playwriting group in the summer of 2016, where we were asked to write a new play by the end of November.
'I wrote Benche'. The Royal Court called it an"'˜engaging story"Â but didn't offer a production. I have since developed the play from that first draft.'Â
Set in the Portsmouth area, using a cast of six local actors, Leigh Cunningham, Philip Amor, Stuart Frank, Lee Backhouse, Chris Mills, Alex Howat, and directed by Sam Sampson of Hum Drum Theatre, the Southsea production will be the first staging of Â the play. It willÂ be followed by a London production in the autumn.
TicketsÂ cost Â£10 and Â£8.
Ring 07951 750165 or emailÂ [email protected]Â to book.
Rosie's Vineyard, Southsea
April 30-May 3