Will you be dining out this summer

Banbury Cross Players invite you to a different type of feast

WILL YOU BE DINING OUT this summer?  Banbury Cross Players invite you to a different type of “Feast” with a smorgasbord of performance to satisfy the heartiest of theatrical appetites.  In a change from the usual full length play, the July production, at The Mill Arts Centre, consists of three short two-hander plays.

David Tristram’s Peas sees Daisy and Gerry as the first couple trying out a new online dating agency – just how successful has the computer been at matching their interests?

In David Tristram’s The Extraordinary Revelations of Orca the Goldfish, Henry and Alice overcome the mundane in their marriage by drifting off into fantasy – which they happily and hysterically share with the audience.

Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter is a sharp, claustrophobic, urban thriller; a humorous and provocative story of two hit men as they wait in a basement for their next assignment.

Tickets are available from The Mill Box Office
– 01295 279002 –
or online at www.themillartscentre.co.uk
(£10.00/£11.00) + booking fee

The production runs from 13-16 July 2016 at The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury