Players hit the stage again

John Brooks (centre) shares a moment of fun with cast members at rehearsals.'''Photo by Peter Jordan

John Brooks (centre) shares a moment of fun with cast members at rehearsals.'''Photo by Peter Jordan

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The long-established St John’s Players return to the stage next month with their latest production.

First formed in the 1950s, the Long Eaton-based, award winning, drama group is staging Ian Hornby’s classic comedy entitled D.I Why? (Or the Handyman from Hell).

John Brooks and Natalie Defoe take on the principal roles in the play which is being directed by Dave Brown, who also takes on a leading part.

A supporting cast is made up of Ian Clayton, Lauren Dalrymple, Helen Newham and Elizabeth Rolley.

D.I.Why? (Or the Handyman From Hell) is being performed at St.John’s Church Hall in Canal Street, Long Eaton, from Thursday, May 14, to Saturday, May 16, woth performances starting at 7.30.p.m each night.

Tickets, priced at £5, or £4 for concessions (includes refreshments) may be reserved by phoning the box office for the show on 0115 9732265 or 0115 9730097.

Alternatively, you can pay at the door.