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Memory of Water
By Jennifer Sims
next production at the Bob Hope but she also rematerialises to one of them – The men in the cast , Frank and Mike are
Theatre features actors who will the sister who is most successful but who has played by Del Stone and Rob Chambers. Del
be familiar to regulars at the theatre and some most to hide. has appeared at the Bob Hope before - most
new faces making their first appearance at recently in The Crucible - whilst this is Rob’s
the venue. As one of the newcomers I am Ann Ashenden plays the mother, Vi. Her most first appearance. They are both experienced
really enjoying this opportunity to work with a recent performance at the theatre was in last performers and regularly appear at Theatre 62,
talented group of people and appear in what year’s very successful production of Bedroom a popular company based in Bromley.
is one of the best equipped amateur theatres Farce. Ann’s real life daughter Laura, who
around. trained at the Brit School, plays the youngest I play the eldest sister Teresa and this will be
Three sisters come together to arrange sister Catherine. Laura has performed at The my first appearance at The Bob Hope. I used
the funeral of their mother, Vi. During the Bob Hope in the past but this will be the to be involved in theatre groups in my home
preparations they share memories of their first time she has worked with her mother. town of Oldham, so was delighted when I
upbringing, reveal long buried secrets and The middle sister Mary is played by Anne moved here to find that Eltham housed such
Hempstead. This is Anne’s first appearance at a well known and well run amateur theatre
The Memory of Water will run for four the theatre. She was tempted to audition after company.
nights from March 3 until Saturday
some years break from acting because she
6th March. Tickets are available from
thinks this is such a strong play. The play is directed by Susan Owen, a long
the box office which is open Tuesday
time member of the Bob Hope Theatre. Sue
to Saturdays from 10 -1pm (telephone
chose the play because she thinks it has
such tremendous appeal for audiences. Its
020 8850 3702) or online at
focus on family relationships means that
there is something in it that most people will
recognise. The play won an Olivier award for
revert to the relationships of their youth. Their best comedy when it was staged in the
dead mother is a key character. Not only has West End in 1996.
she shaped the personalities of her daughters
Eltham Choral Society presents a
mixed programme of music at their
Spring Concert
and Buffet
FFolk songs from by Hungarian olk songs from by Hungarian
ccomposer Matyas Seiber and short omposer Matyas Seiber and short
ppieces from Faure and Handel will ieces from Faure and Handel will
fform the hors d’ouevres. orm the hors d’ouevres. TThe main he main
ccourse will be a requiem from ourse will be a requiem from
FFrench composer Maurice Durufle.rench composer Maurice Durufle.
Saturday 20th March, 7.30pm
St Lukes Church
Westmount Road Eltham SE9
Tickets £10.00 (with buffet) or £6.00 (without)
Ticket available Normans Music
32 Well Hall Road 020 8850 3532
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