Our next event will be The Big Quiz

Pit you wits against the best at TAP’s Big Quiz at Perton Park Golf Club.  Food will be available to order on the night.  Don’t miss out on this evening of fun and entertainment!

Venue: Perton Park Golf Club,  Wrottesley Park Rd, Perton, Wolverhampton WV6 7HL – 7.00pm start.

Book you table (£20) with Deborah on 01902 744033.  Maximum of 4 people per table.

 

 

Whodunnit by Anthony Shaffer

It Runs In The Family by Ray Cooney

Membership

Thinking of becoming a member of TAP?

Membership is open to all who love creating good theatre.  No experience is necessary.

We rehearse twice a week – every Tuesday at Christ Church Hall, Tettenhall Wood, and every Thursday at United Reformed Church Hall, Tettenhall Wood.

You need to be a member of TAP in order to participate in any of our shows – but auditions are open to all. The annual membership period runs from September to September in the following year.

The membership fee for 2018/2019 is £5 per month. If you are cast in a play a fee of £25 is payable on top.  The director, stage manager, front of house and backstage crew and sound and lighting team are exempt from the play fee of £25.

If you are interested in joining please either contact us by telephone: 01902 744033 (Deborah) or e-mail Jo at: info@tettenhallamateurplayers.com

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Dinner by Moira Buffini

The dinner from hell . . .

Tickets

Tickets are priced at £10.00 each

Location Perton Golf Club

 Wrottesley Park Rd, Perton, Wolverhampton WV6 7HL

Dates Tuesday, 5 March to Friday, 8 March 2019
Online Bookings Online bookings can be made at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/tettenhallamateurplayers
Postal Bookings Please send orders with cheques payable to Tettenhall Amateur Players, to:

TAP Box Office, Showell Lane, Lower Penn, Wolverhampton

Please enclose SAE if you wish your tickets to be posted back to you, otherwise they may be collected on the day, on the door from 7:00pm. Please give your name, address, mobile and email contacts.

Telephone Bookings Booking Agent – TicketSource: 0333 666 3366 (Mondays to Friday, 9:00am to 7:00pm and Saturdays 9:00am to 5:00pm) £1.50 telephone service fee applies.

01902 744033 (evenings and weekends)

Email Enquiries You can reach the Box Office by email at : info@tettenhallamateurplayers.co.uk

 

Tickets can also be purchased from:

LOCO: High Street, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton, WV6 8QS

PRE-SHOW SUPPER MENU

 

Starters – all £3.95

Soup of the day, served with mini loaf & butter (V)

Chicken Liver Pate, served with pear chutney, bruschetta & side salad

Black Country Salad – Bacon bits, black pudding & mixed salad topped with a poached egg

 

Mains

Gammon Steak topped with fried egg & pineapple, served with chips & peas – £7.95

Braised Beef, served with dauphinoise potatoes & seasonal vegetables – £8.95

Fish & Chips, served with tartar sauce – £7.95

Whitebait Salad – £6.95

Chicken & Mushroom Pie, served with chips and peas £7.95

Mushroom Wellington, served with new potatoes & seasonal vegetables (V) – £7.95

 

Desserts – all £3.95

Strawberry & Raspberry Eton Mess

Trio of Ice Cream

New York Cheesecake, topped with chocolate sauce

https://www.pertongolfclub.co.uk/

 

 

A Flea in Her Ear by Georges Feydeau

Raymonde suspects her husband, Victor Emmanuel, of infidelity and she enlists the help of her dearest friend, Lucienne, to entrap him.  They concoct a plan to entice him to a rendezvous at the Hotel Coq d’Or.  In true Feydeau fashion the plan misfires; the plot is complicated by confused identities and the fact that the stupid hotel porter, Poche, is the exact double of Victor Emmanuel!

 

 

 

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“Don’t Dress for Dinner” is set in France and takes place in Bernard and Jacqueline’s weekend retreat outside of Paris.  Bernard has arranged a very special dinner party whilst his wife is visiting her mother, with old friend Robert joining him for a very private dinner party.  The trouble with private dinner parties is that they don’t remain private for very long, especially when subterfuge and deception are the main courses!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The 39 Steps adapted by Patrick Barlow

 

 

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Improbable Fiction by Alan Ayckbourn

Improbable Fiction.  Six aspiring authors meet on a winter’s evening to discuss their work. The chairman, Arnold, attempts to persuade the group to collaborate on a piece of writing, an idea that is quickly dismissed. However, as Arnold is clearing up after the meeting there is a clap of thunder, a black-out — and then . . .

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