Written by Tony Roper, with music by David Anderson
Wednesday 19th to Saturday 22nd June 2019
Nightly at 7:30pm
Venue: Studio 132, East High Street
The Society are delighted to announce that they have secured the rights to Perform The Steamie by Tony Roper, with music by David Anderson, during Forfar Gala Week. There will be four performances of this nostalgic play on Wednesday 19th to Saturday 22nd June 2019, at 7:30pm each night, in the Society’s own performance space, Studio 132.
Set in a Glasgow public wash-house (Steamie) one Hogmanay in the 1950’s, The Steamie is the setting where four women of various backgrounds, ages and personalities gather together to do their last laundry of the year. The women share jokes and memories, talk about their menfolk, their hopes for the future while singing a few songs along the way.
The Steamie is sad, nostalgic but also very, very funny.
The cast is as follows:
Doreen – Laura Barnes
Magrit – Kay Brown
Dolly – Linda McLaren
Mrs Culfeathers – Helen Shearer
Andy – James Dobbie
The play will be directed by Drew Barnett.
Don’t miss out on a fantastic night’s entertainment. Get your tickets now by clicking on the Ticket Source link below.