Two spinster sisters find a young foreigner washed up on their local Cornish beach. While nursing him back to health, they find he is a Polish violinist on his way to America to find fame and fortune. The local GP loans him his own violin and a holiday maker stops to listen. She recognises his great talent and is intent on his meeting her brother, a world famous violinist.
Meanwhile, one of the sisters falls in love with the young man.....
A play in two Acts with an interval. Set in the 1930’s and in various locations.
Additional parking will be available at Richard Hale School except on 22nd March. There is a multi-storey car park on Gascoyne Way, a 5-10minute walk from Bentley House. The bar will be open!
Thanks to The Barn Theatre company for help with costumes.
An amateur production in agreement with Samuel French
Janet ~ Davina Foster
Ursula ~ Hazel Halliday
Dorcas ~ Pat Lay
Andrea ~ Ruggero Dalla Santa
Olga ~ Sophie Manerin
Dr.Mead ~ Ian Colpitts
Director ~ Claudia McKelvey
Stage Manager ~ Kathy Dixon
Set design & build ~ Clive Barton and team
Wardrobe ~ Liane Burnett
Lights & sound ~ Andrew Coyston
Props ~ Lynne Warrilow
Make-up ~ Jackie Noble
Prompt ~ Pat Steadman
Music recordings ~ Rachel Davies