21 October at 8:00 pm in the Studio
by Stephen Bean
Directed by Kathy Buckingham-Underhill
is smart, wealthy, successful......and dead.
Following a fatal car crash she finds herself in a
graveyard where she meets two ghosts; Alice, who was
burnt as a witch in 1648 and Harriet, a victorian
spinster who was stabbed in the heart by an amorous
She must learn and accept what she has in common with
these women in order to progress onto a peaceful after-life.
Her grieving husband, Jack, has moved on very quickly
- he already has a new love. Fortunately the ghostly
trio receive help this side of the grave in the form
of a tenacious Detective Constable who is determined
to see that justice is served.
This entertaining play deals with a gruesome subject
in a humorous and lighthearted way, allowing us to
embrace the shortening days and approach Halloween
with a wry smile and a chuckle.
Director, Kathy Buckingham-Underhill, say she has
been extremely fortunate to assemble an excellent
team who will bring this not-to-be-missed play to
life. Emma Searles will be playing Susan and Mike
McCluskey her husband, Jack. Our ghosts, Alice and
Harriet will be played by Linda Connor and new member
Seath Crook respectively. Caroline McCluskey takes
on the role of Jack's lover, Margaret and Linda Smith
Blain plays Detective Constable Jenny Bayes. Stage
Management will be handled by Graham Buckingham-Underhill.
For a suggested donation of £3.00, join us in the
studio where we will investigate the cutting of FATE'S