Play is a great success
On the evening of SaturdayMay 10th, the audience for the Rasa Theatre’s production of ‘States of Verbal Undress’ were treated to a top class performance by excellent professional actors. The play was written by Rani Moothy, who was originally from Sri Lanka, and she and Curtis Cole were the key actors. This is the website for their group :
Rani has lived in other countries, such as Singapore and Malaysia, before moving to the UK and she made excellent use of these cross cultural experiences in writing her play.
All those who gave feedback commented on the excellence of the performance and on how thought provoking it had been. Everyone praised the Centre for bringing to Halton such a challenging and interesting play, often not seen in smaller venues. Spot on Lancashire are to thank for this.
After the play, there was a question and answer question with the actors with many stimulating questions, followed by an excellent tagine meal prepared by Angela Kirby. This was accompanied by very enjoyable guitar music played by Alison Harrison and a young guitar trio, who wrote much of their own material in the style of the Gipsy Kings.
The next Spot on Lancashire event is for children, aged 3 – 6, and is a production by Inspector Sands of Rock Pool at 1.30pm on Thursday June 5th. It promises to be a very entertaining afternoon of theatre, music and fun. Special rates for groups of 10+ – information and tickets from Maureen at The Centre on tel: 01524 811316.
This is the company’s website: http://www.inspectorsands.com/