Drama at Enderby Civic Centre

After ‘Fur Coat & Magic Knickers’ and more recently ‘Lights Out Land Girls’, the comedy gems brought to the stage at Enderby Civic Centre by Enderby Parish Council and Enderby Twinning Association continue with ‘Women on the verge of a T Junction’.

Put all your jibes about women drivers to one side. This new comedy drama from The MsFits drama company goes deeper than that!

The action in this drama centres on a crash at a T-junction as three women, three generations and three agendas, get as entangled as their bumpers.

There has been a lapse of concentration, but how is the AA man to find out whodunit? Suspects in the frame are:

  1. Bessie is 82 and may have trouble seeing over the steering wheel, but she drove four-wheel drives over minefields in 1945.
  2. Liz is 53 and on her fifth driving test but is determined to pass this time.
  3. Ellie is 38 and may have been chatting on her mobile phone – but she has a special talent for multi-tasking!

Women on the Verge of a T-Junction is a funny yet poignant tale of what happens when these women’s lives and cars collide.

About the MsFits…

MsFits Theatre Co. Is a two-women touring comedy drama company, performing all over the UK, Scotland, England, Wales & N Ireland at diverse venues such as 500 seat theatres to village halls.

The company comprises award winning actress Fiona Knowles who has appeared in (amongst other things) a Staff Nurse in STV’s ‘Taggart’ (1993) and in the previous year as a primary headmistress in BBC tv’s ‘Dr Finlay’.

Her theatrical partner in the MsFits Company is multi-award-winning, Bafta nominated playwright, Rona Munro.

Munro is a Scottish writer, currently living and working in London. She has written plays for theatre, radio, and television and in November 2016, it was revealed she would be writing the ninth episode of the tenth series of BBC tv’s ‘Dr.Who’, titled “The Eaters of Light”.

It is the latest in a programme of drama presentations staged at the Civic Centre on King Street under the combined auspices of Enderby Parish Council and Enderby Twinning Association.

The performance is promoted by Centre Stage which is part of Live & Local Rural and Community Touring Scheme.

The show takes place on Friday 10th February at 7.30pm.
Tickets are £9 (Adult), £6 (OAP/Child under 16yrs)

Tickets are available from:
Enderby Civic Centre, King Street, LE19 4NT
Tel: (0116) 275 3711
(Mon-Fri 9am-12noon)



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