Back by popular demand, Wellingborough favourites Reform Theatre are set to return to The Castle with their new play, Stand.
One Saturday afternoon, Phil and Kev begin to question their continual attendance at United’s tedious games as they run the full gamut of chants and insults at the pitch. Meanwhile, Vicky and Laura put themselves through a similar process of self-doubt, whilst undressing the men down the local with their words and looks.
When the four come together for a Saturday night out, they realise that they are all at a pivotal moment in their lives, which results in a shocking climax.
Winner of The Sunday Times Playwriting Award, the new play by David Bown will be performed at 7.45pm on Tuesday. Tickets for this tragic comedy of manners, or lack of, are priced £10.
To book, or for more information, call 01933 270007 or visit www.thecastle.org.uk.
Reform Theatre Company was originally formed in 1998 by director Keith Hukim, when a deal was struck with The Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield, to produce two John Godber plays. Today it is still going strong and the company will be performing Stand in association with Harrogate Theatre.