18 - 23 January 1971
Nude With Violin
In 1950s Paris, after the death of a famous artist, his family discover that all his paintings were the work of others, threatening financial ruin.
23 - 27 February 1971
Roar Like A Dove
A Scottish peer and his wife have six daughters. The peer wants to try for a male heir, but his wife refuses, wishing instead to launch herself on London society.
30 March - 3 April 1971
The Crooked Tree
T B Morris
Released from a 17 year sentence for murdering her husband, a woman returns home to face her family, and discovers the true culprit.
4 - 8 May 1971
In 1960's London, a hedonist swaggers from one "bird" to the next while avoiding deep relationships, but a life-changing tragedy awaits him.
8 - 12 June 1971
Home And Beauty
William Somerset Maugham
A flirtatious woman loses her husband in the Great War, waits twelve months and then remarries. Then the war ends, and husband number one returns.
20 - 24 July 1971
Come Laughing Home
Keith Waterhouse & Willis Hall
In a 1960's north England town, a young woman is forced to tell her family and fiance that she has become pregnant by a drunken one-night stand.
7 - 11 September 1971
The Glass Menagerie
In a 1940's St Louis slum, a woman hopes her alcoholic son's friend will prove a suitable match for her crippled daughter.
5 - 9 October 1971
She Stoops To Conquer
In 18th Century England, the daughter of a wealthy family pretends to be a common barmaid in order to attract a shy suitor.
(Previously produced in 1946, 1934, 1925 and 1924)
9 - 13 November 1971
Barefoot In The Park
A newlywed couple move into their cold New York apartment, and find they must also contend with their eccentric upstairs neighbour.
16 November 1971
The Bespoke Overcoat
A ghost asks a tailor to steal a sheepskin coat from his cruel former employer.
Translated and adapted from the short story "Shinel" by Nicholai V Gogol. Included in "An Evening Of Entertainment".
16 November 1971
A dying man is allowed to take stock of his life by the Angel of Death, and comes to understand that only a man's Good Deeds may go with him to Heaven.
(Previously produced in 1953)
Drama, 1-Act. Junior Members Production
Included in "An Evening Of Entertainment".
14 - 18 December 1971
Arms And The Man
George Bernard Shaw
During the 1885 Serbo-Bulgarian War, a young Serb soldier is given sanctuary by the beautiful daughter of a rich Bulgarian family.
(Previously produced in 1938, 1923 and 1921)