The Henley Players present Ladies in Lavender by Shaun McKenna
Date & Time:
Wednesday 19th & Thursday 20th October at 19:30
Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd at 19:30
Saturday 22nd October at 14:30
Ladies in Lavender is a heart-warming story of unfulfilled dreams and unrequited love. Based on the hit film which starred Judy Dench and Maggie Smith in the lead roles, it tells the tale of two retired sisters Ursula and Janet living in a close-knit fishing village in picturesque Cornwall in 1936.
A handsome and talented young Polish violinist bound for America was washed up on the shore. The sisters take him under their wing and nurse him back to health however the presence of the mysterious young man disrupts their peaceful lives and the community in which they live.
This is a beautiful poignant and award-winning piece of theatre adapted from the film by Shaun McKenna
This amateur production of “Ladies in Lavender” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd on behalf of Samuel French Ltd www.concordtheatricals.co.uk
Ladies in Lavender:
Adapted for the stage by Shaun McKenna;
Based on the film written and directed by Charles Dance
From a short story by William J.Locke.
Until 31st August 2022
Wednesday 19th & Thursday 20th October at 19:30 Adult £17, Concessions £16
Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd at 19:30 – All tickets £19
Saturday 22nd October at 14:30 – All tickets £17
These prices include a £1 Restoration Levy. A £1.50 transaction fee per order will be added to ticket purchases.
From 1st September 2022
Wednesday 19th & Thursday 20th October at 19:30 Adult £18, Concessions £17
Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd at 19:30 – All tickets £20
Saturday 22nd October at 14:30 – All tickets £18
These prices include a £1 Restoration Levy. There will be no transaction fee, instead a £1 fee will be included in the price of each ticket comprising a 75p booking fee and a 25p Community Fund Levy.
Concessions are: Senior Citizen, Student, Kenton Volunteers, Under 16, Equity Members, Key Workers and Keepers/Friends
Running time: 140 minutes approximately tbc. (includes a 20 minute interval)