Box Office opens 30 August
In the this warm and heartfelt comedy Gwenda, an ex-agoraphobic, leads a self-help group of three women who have been unable to leave their homes for a variety of reasons. She encourages them to help at a local bazaar, enlisting the support of Fliss, a trainee social-worker. While sorting through the rummage their individual fears erupt. But calm is restored by the ever-sensible Fliss. As they leave the hall it is apparent their agoraphobia is not cured but they have taken steps in the right direction…
Sue Townsend, author of the very popular Adrian Mole books, has crafted an entertaining, witty and poignant play of ordinary people striving to overcome obstacles in an effort to re-join society.
Congratulations to Theatre 62 for its success at the 2019 Bromley Theatre Guild Full Length Play Festival awards
RUNNER-UP BEST PRODUCTION
BEST SOUND: Abel Fernandez & Ian James
BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE: Paul Newton
Congratulations also for:
Runner-up Best Actor: Geoff Dillon
Runner-up Best Director: Howard James
And congratulations to John Heather for his lifetime contribution to Theatre 62; he was the recipient of the Pauline Broad Rosebowl Award.