We had the bright idea of combining the meeting with our semi-regular committee dinner, but it didn't quite work out as it was impossible to hear from anyone more than 3 feet away. So we have to do it all again next week instead.
At the moment we're pondering on what plays to schedule for the next year or so.
Some feedback from ordinary members of the public would be useful - but in the absence of anyone ordinary, the readers of this blog will have to do.
So - of the plays below which one are you more likely to want to go and see (if you don't like the theatre, pretend you're being forced to go at gunpoint...). The idea is, we'd like to find out which play would find the biggest audience, so if you're a thespian-type, think of which you'd rather see, not the one you'd want to perform.
The plays are:
- An Evening with Gary Lineker - Modern comedy about relationships and football, with swearing.
- Habeas Corpus - A 1970's farce (of sorts) by Alan Bennett. No swearing. Ladies in underwear and vicars with trousers falling down.
- Twelfth Night - Mr William Shakespeare's comedy of cross-dressing and stuff.
- The Importance of Being Earnest - Oscar Wilde's play about a man pretending to be someone else. Lavish costumes. Old ladies saying "A handbag".