ArtsCentreTheatre presents an evening of three one act festival plays by established authors, each directed by a different member of the group in their own inimitable way. There is hysterical historical comedy, there is touching and tender drama, and there are large loquacious rodents.
Can You Hear The Music? by David Campton - directed by Derek Allen. The comfortable life of six mice is threatened when they hear the hypnotic sound of pipe music.
The Janna Years, by Gillian Plowman - directed by Katie Hayes. Ruby's Boarding House is home to an electic collection of residents, each with their own story to tell.
And Then There Were None, by R.F. Deiderfield - directed by Jay Lockhart. Not the famous whodunit, but a comic tale of a rampant Suffragette on a recruiting drive in an MP's home.
Amateur rights by arrantement with Samuel French Ltd.
When: Wednesday 20th to Saturday 23rd November
Where: Jersey Arts Centre
For more information and to book tickets, please telephone the Jersey Arts Centre's box office on 700444.