NewVic
Opening Festival

25th September to 3rd October

Covid-19 -safe productions

Including a repeat of the award-winning Hallowed Ground, Alan Bennet Monologues and a brand new radio-style play written specially for the festival 'Omelette'.

We will also showcase the stories written for the Tisbury Writing Competition, interspersed with live music.

All the performances are approx 30-40 mins with an interval for a comfort break. The bar will not be open, but we invite you to bring your own drinks and glasses.

Tickets: We will seat people according to their social bubbles - up to groups of 4. Please book the number of seats per bubble to make sure you are seated together.

Mike Whittaker

Omelette

Radio Show Comedy – Omlette , TAG’s last rehearsal before a live radio performance of a 40 minute abridged version of Hamlet – what could possible go wrong. Everything!

DATES:

25 September
29 September
1 October
3 October

Alan Bennett Monologues

A Lady of Letters

Miss Ruddock writes letters - not, unfortunately, social communications filled with harmless news, but letters of complaint, comment and, occasionally, officious praise to various businesses and government departments. She complains about the lack of care she assumes the child living opposite is receiving and ends up in prison. There, ironically, Miss Ruddock finds freedom and is, for possibly the first time, happy.

DATES:

25 September
30 September

Liz Coyle-Camp

Hallowed Ground

St John's Church in Tisbury and its ancient Yew link five local characters across 300 years in this award-winning, one-act play about protest, poverty, opulence, isolation and murder in the cycle of life and death in a Wiltshire village. Former locals, Billy Snook, Alice Kipling, William Beckford, Molly Peart and Shauna Snook, return to the village to relive a life-changing moment in their lives, and confront their own ghosts and human condition.

DATES:

28 September
30 September
2 October
3 October

Alan Bennett Monologues

A Chip in the Sugar

Graham, a middle-aged bachelor, emotionally unintelligent and chronically dependent on his mother, finds life difficult enough at the best of times. When Mother meets an old flame and seems set to marry him, Graham's old insecurities rear their ugly heads.

DATES:

28 September
1 October

Tisbury

Tisbury Writing Competition

The Tisbury Writing Competition had very diverse submissions in the topic of Life during the lockdown. Some of the authors will be reading their own stories, some will be read by actors from TAG, interspersed with live music. We will also give the awards (kindly sponsored by the Alice Combes Newton Trust) and consolation prizes to the authors present. More info at www.tisburywritingcompetition.wordpress.com

DATES:

26 September

Alan Bennett Monologues

Soldiering On

Muriel's husband Ralph has just died, leaving her rather well off - until, that is, her son Giles gets his hands on the money and Muriel comes out the loser.

DATES:

29 September
2 October

Contact

Management Committee:

Liz Coyle-Camp -  Chairman

David Milas - Secretary

Richard Beattie - Treasurer

Emailnewvictisbury@gmail.com

Phone: 0300 302 3090

Address: High Street Tisbury, SP3 6LE

Registered Charity: 1114198

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