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Burnt Ash Hill Methodist Church j/w Kingsand Road, Lee, SE12 0QD
The Railway Children
Get Together & collect audition pieces - 6th June 2022 7.30pm Auditions - 13th June 2022 7.30pm Show dates 26th-29th October 2022
Director: Barbara Archer Synopsis: Roberta (also known as Bobbie), Peter, and Phyllis live comfortable, privileged lives with their loving mother and father in London. One day, everything changes: Father suddenly leaves the family home under mysterious circumstances and the children move to a modest house in the countryside to live a far more isolated and impoverished existence. The children do not understand why their father is absent, and their mother is reluctant to give them any details about his exact whereabouts. The children cope with their adverse circumstances by forming a bond with their new home and community. They develop a deep love for the nearby railway, especially the train they nickname the Green Dragon. Each day, they appear on the platform to wave at this train as it passes, and a passenger they nickname the old gentleman waves back to them. The children forge friendships with the railway employees, including the Station Master and the Porter, Mr. Perks. During their time in the countryside, they have several adventures, including preventing a train accident, rescuing a baby from a burning barge on the canal, and aiding an injured boy in a railway tunnel. Although poor, the children seek to perform acts of kindness for others whenever they can, while Mother maintains her fierce independence by supporting the family through constantly writing for various publications. The appearance of a Russian Exile at the station midway through the novel foreshadows Father’s whereabouts. The Russian Exile has suffered arbitrary imprisonment—and so, too, has Father, who is serving a five-year sentence for supposed treason. Although all three of the children gradually become aware that there is something strangely amiss in their father’s absence, it is only Roberta—the eldest and most sensitive of the children—who finally discovers the truth in an old newspaper article. She responds to this discovery by writing a letter to the old gentleman asking for his assistance, as the well-connected and kind man is often a benefactor to the family in times of need. The old gentleman’s intervention secures Father’s release and leads to the eventual reunion of the family at the novel’s end. Character Details & Audition booking form available on our website For more details go to our Facebook event: www.facebook.com/events/300437105568178
READING OF PYGMALION FRIDAY MAY 13TH 7.45 Rehearsals are July 12-28 then Aug 30-Oct 13 Audition dates are June 7th & 9th. Audition pieces may be taken away on May 13th Performance: Sun 16th Oct to Sat 22nd Oct
If anyone is unable to attend but wants to audition, contact our director Linda on 0776 583 6313 or email email@example.com
If you are aged 16+ and would like to audition please contact us for further details! The show is being performed in October. If you are interested in auditioning please contact Jen 07447 923912 or Jan 07545 703614 or Anydots76:gmail.com or Zoestevens87@yahoo.com