Full of energy and laughter, St Serf’s Players’ Triple Decker of Comedy is a patchy affair, but extremely endearing.
✭✭✭✩✩ Pacey interaction:
Pacey in places and packed with audience participation, St Serf’s Players production of Cinderella ensures that its punters will have a great time of it.
“✭✭✭✭✩ Perfect timing”
Skittering along as sharply as a junior doctor on his way to an assignation in the Nurse’s station, St Serf’s cheeky version of Ray Cooney’s hospital farce It Runs in the Family is a real blast.
It’s a race against the clock in this year’s pantomime at St Serf’s up in Goldenacre, where the St Serf’s Players put in a fun-filled show with Hickory Dickory Dock.
The mince, tatties and pitch-black peat baths are all in order for the St Serf’s Players new production of Tony Roper’s great hit, The Steamie, up at the St Serf’s Church Halls in Goldenacre until Saturday.
* * * St Serf’s Church Hall Review by Thom Dibdin There is plenty of comedy on stage as the babies keep on coming in Leitheatre’s well-paced production of Reid Kennedy’s Operation Stork at St Serf’s Hall in Goldenacre. Director Don Arnott has got the mix just right, in a romantic army barracks farce where […]
* * St Serf’s Review by Thom Dibdin Packed with groan-worthy puns, outrageous jokes and great songs, St Serf’s Players’ Goody Two Shoes easily does enough to provide the basis for a night of panto fun. There’s room in Paul Reakes’ off-the-peg script for plenty of local references – and even a topical gag. And […]