The Blyth Players are back on stage next month with Willy Russell’s Stags & Hens – The Remix.
Stags & Hens is a boozy comedy of wedding-eve nerves, set in the ladies and gents loos of a tacky night club where Dave and Linda, unbeknownst to each other, are holding their respective stag and hen parties.
Stag Dave is already the worse for wear after a mix of curry and alcohol.
Meanwhile, Linda’s friends can’t understand why she wants her hen night in such a ‘dive’, but play along, not all of them keeping their opinions to themselves.
Then a blast from the past results in a chance meeting for Linda.
This sharply observed play then turns into a bleakly funny and perceptive study of working class misogyny.
The play is on from May 19 to 21 at Barnby Memorial Hall in Blyth at 7.30pm each night.
Tickets are £7 on 07784 916250 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets are also available online from Ticket Source – see www.blythplayers.org
A donation from this production will go to Cancer Research UK.
Please note: This play contains strong language and adult humour and is unsuitable for children.