Potters Bar Theatre Company present in the style of a 1930's radio production, do come and see our "On Air" production of Noel Coward's "Still Life".
Tickets for the production cost £12.
"Still Life" is a one-act play in five scenes, written by Noel Coward in 1936. A poignant and romantic tale of forbidden love, the play was the inspiration behind David Lean's classic film "Brief Encounter" and is surely one of the most haunting love stories ever told.
When & Where
Southgate Opera presents
Orpheus in the Underworld
Offenbach’s comic operetta Orpheus in the Underworld is a skit on the classical legend with a plethora of colourful characters and, of course, includes the famous can-can.
Orpheus and Euridice instead of being devoted lovers are bored with each other and each has a lover on the side. Euridice finds that hers is Pluto, God of the Underworld, and goes off to Hades with him willingly, is bored there, and allows herself to be courted by others. Orpheus would be happy to see the last of her, but a character called Public Opinion forces him to complain to the gods who allow him to journey to the Underworld to seek Euridice’s return. Will he succeed? Will there be a happy ending?
A non-professional production