Rushden Amateur Theatrical Society

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Welcome

The R.A.T.S. has been providing live theatre to the town of Rushden in Northamptonshire for more than 50 years. We perform regularly at the Pemberton Centre in the town, with a pantomime every January, and most summers we perform a play, which is usually a comedy. New members from the age of 5 upwards are always welcome.

Looking For Love

written by Raymond Hopkins

published by Pinsley Plays

1st - 3rd June 2017 at the Pemberton Centre.

Cast

Molly BealeAnn Chambers
Fiona BroadbentClair Bellamy
Claire PearsonAsh Pott
Nancy GrovesGillian Tidbury
Lyn HarrisBeth Crook
James BealeJohn Curson
Paul TrittonGeorge Fortescue
The Rev. David Thomas Gordon Oliver
Steve MilesConnor Jeffery

This is the third of Raymond Hopkins' plays the RATS have produced and Kaye Rawlins has directed. His style of comedy is already popular with our audiences and members so we hope this play will also prove so. It is more of a farce than comedy and orientated to an adult audience. As we have discovered in the two previous plays there is a non-verbal member of the cast, this time a little dog. Will he make an appearance?

Our talented cast are having fun getting to grips with the characters, plot and amusing dialogue and at the time of writing well on the way to being word perfect. There are some faces you may recognise others you may not at least not in the guise of their characters.

The main character is Molly, a pillar of the local church and her family, who is feeling very depressed & lonely as her husband of 21 years has left her for a younger woman. However, her best friend Fiona has just the remedy to lift her spirits help her find her true self. How does she do this well???????? Come along and see...

Future Shows

Coming in January 2019

Babes in the Wood


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