Category

Drama

Black Love

Friday 24 April at 8pm

Cancelled.

Friday 24 April at 8pm

Cancelled.

A play based on real life issues in a relationship, the importance of love, holding on to faith, not giving up at every obstacle we come across, the journey of a beautiful relationship that quickly becomes sour and not knowing where to go or to hold onto.

With prayer, love and determination all things are possible.

Written and Directed by Zarine Murray.

For more information or to purchase tickets please call 07904 591 180.

Oliver Samuels – Crazy But True

Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 June at 8pm

A brand new play direct from Jamaica.

Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 June at 8pm

A brand new play direct from Jamaica.

Get prepared for the unmissable event for 2020 – the crowning of Oliver Samuels in his brand new block buster play ‘Crazy But True’. Written by Oliver Samuels and Dennis Titus and directed by Oliver Samuels himself, ‘Crazy but true’ has taken the world by storm with sold out performances in Canada, America and the Caribbean – and now Catford!

Co starring his sparring partner for years Volier ‘Maffy’ Johnson, plus Dennis Titus, Lakeisha Ellison and Malessa Vassell this production is now set to thrill the English fans. Oliver Samuels plays “Malvo” a mentally challenged gardener of this well to do family. He tries to manoeuvre his challenges while being ‘medicated’ by the lady of the house Maxine (Lakeisha Ellison), who has ulterior motives for marrying her wealthy husband Greg (Volier Johnson).

As she carries out her devious plans, she manipulates everyone including her husband’s driver (Dennis Titus) and vows to get her prize to live like a modern-day princess, by any means necessary. Doing so despite setbacks by her strain relationship with her stepdaughter, Amelia (Melessa Vassell) and the challenges of pulling the mental strings of Malvo.

The audience will keep guessing, gasping and laughing at every turn as the story unfolds and secrets are uncovered. ‘Crazy but True’ is a must see true story for the entire family, leaving the audience wondering ‘Can money buy sanity’?

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