Rottingdean Drama Society is proud to present,
Sylvia, by A.R. Gurney and directed by Jo Newman.
Rottingdean Village Hall
Performances from 15th – 18th July 2015 starting at 7:45pm with an additional matinee performance at 2pm on the 18th.
Kate and Greg’s children have left home and they have moved from the suburbs to the city. Kate’s career is going from strength to strength and Greg’s is sinking. One day Greg comes back from the park with Sylvia, a stray dog he found there. For Kate, Sylvia is a threat, for Greg she’s a best friend. Tom uses her as an excuse to show off everything he knows. For Phyllis, Sylvia is enough to drive her back to drink and she sends Lesley running for his/her analyst. All Sylvia wants to do is eat, go out and sleep on the sofa. Sylvia is played by a woman. A play about the nature of love and commitment.
Rottingdean Drama Society was founded in 1948 and performs three plays and a pantomime each year. The Society has been going strong for over half a century, performing plays to entertain not only the people of Rottingdean but ever-widening audiences in Brighton and surrounding areas. The Society’s aim is to present a balanced programme each year, including great classics, costume dramas, contemporary plays, comedies and pantomimes.
Rottingdean Drama Society Box Office is online at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/rds
Tickets are £8, or £4 for children. There is a £1 discount for the first night of each production.
Booking in person
Please visit Open Art Café in Rottingdean during Box Office opening hours: 11am to 1pm Friday and Saturday, for two weeks before each performance starts.