Seaford Little Theatre celebrates 70 years with Relative Values

Relative Values
Relative Values

Seaford Little Theatre presents a Noël Coward classic this month.

Relative Values is at the Steyne Road, Seaford, venue from Friday to Saturday, November 13 to 21.

Relative Values

Relative Values

The show starts at 7.45pm with a matinee on Saturday, November 14, at 2.30pm.

Spokeswoman Tricia Pape said: “To celebrate our 70th year, we have chosen a delightful comedy classic by Noel Coward – Relative Values – a play about family and class distinction in the 1950s. It is a hilarious comedy.

“Derek Watts is our guest director for this production and this is the first play he has directed for us after many years of acting and directing for Lewes Little Theatre. He has also written many reviews for us.

“The cast includes many of our well-known actors: Alan Lade, Sue Shephard, Roland Boorman, John Hamilton, Mary Young, Ann Mabey, Jenny Humphries, Peter Barnes, Lee Powney, and Clare Forshaw.

“There will be a Gala Production on the last night of the play – Saturday, November 21 – and various dignitaries have been invited including: The MP Maria Caulfield, the Mayor, Dave Argent, the President of the Seaford Chamber of Commerce, Alasdair Fortune and the Town Crier, Peter White.

“Honoured guests will also include two of our Founder Members – Val Shepherd and Gloria Roberts – and many of our Life Members have also been invited.

“There will be a reception for the invited guests before the performance and a special 70th Birthday cake has been commissioned.

“We are looking forward to a wonderful evening of celebrations and laughter.

“The audience will also be able to enjoy many of the improvements we have made to the theatre this year, including all new raised seating.”

All seats cost £8.

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The box office is Redgold Opticians, 32 Broad Street, Seaford, BN251ND (no credit cards).

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