Formby Dramatic Society started 70th anniversary year with two comedy plays
Formby dramatic society, ‘The Harry Whitehouse Players’ kicked off their 70th Anniversary year with two short comedy productions entitled ‘The Importance of Peaches’, which sees a struggling theatre company holding a meeting to decide their future and ‘Gallery’, a sideways look at the absurdities of modern art.
They were performed over three nights at the Fisher Hall of the United Reformed Church on Church Road in Formby. The cast included Mark Hogben, Valerie Hogben, Tim Hogben, Gail Moores, Dorothy Sanders, Val Skinner and Sue Birchall.
The show was a great success and the cast are looking forward to their next play later on in the year.
If you are interested in joining ‘The Harry Whitehouse Players’, no matter what your age or previous experience, whether you want to be on stage or behind the scenes, they will be very happy to hear from you. You can find more information on their website at: