It's been a long time getting to the stage, but we finally made it.
A View From The Bridge, by Arthur Miller, was in the planning stages back in 2019 and director, Hannah Pamplin, has waited more than 20 years to share her vision for the play with you.
The cast were just starting rehearsals back in 2020 when the world went into lockdown. But that didn't stop them from continuing to work on characters and lines using Zoom. But at the start of this year, the time came to bring the group back together and begin putting the play on its feet.
It's fantastic to see such a powerful drama on our stage once again. The excitement of the cast on opening night was infectious.
Audiences are loving the show and feedback has been so appreciated. Here's a selection:
"That was fantastic”
“Really good, actually, I take that back. It was outstanding”
“Amazing, really well done”
"My goodness, I thought that was a professional company - fantastic"
"They absolutely nailed that"
Catch the show before it closes on Saturday 26 March.
Presented by The Dilys Guite Players
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Limited