Guilty parties try to keep things secret in hilarious farce from Cuckfield Dramatic Society

Cuckfield Dramatic Society is presenting Anyone for Breakfast?, a comedy by Derek Benfield, at the Queens Hall, Cuckfield.

Cuckfield Dramatic Society
Cuckfield Dramatic Society

There will be four evening performances from Wednesday, May 28, to Saturday, May 31, at 8pm.

When her good friend Jane decides to make an assignation with a young man she met at the squash club, Shirley is only too happy to lend her house for the purpose.

It leaves her free to spend the evening with the object of her affection – Jane’s husband Roger.

Things start to go wrong when Shirley’s husband arrives home unexpectedly with a pretty German air hostess, followed shortly after by Roger arriving to visit Shirley.

The scene is set for an evening and a morning of riotous misunderstandings as the many guilty parties try desperately to keep their own particular secrets secret.

Tickets cost £7 for Wednesday and Thursday, May 28 and 29, and £9 for Friday and Saturday, May 30 and 31.

They are available from Mansell McTaggart in Cuckfield High Street or on 01444 452911.

After an enforced break last autumn CDS is back, this time with a farce to have you rolling in the aisles.

The group has a new cast in the hands of award-winning director, Harriet Sheldon.

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