Three into One

Performed in November 1986
Faringdon Community Centre

Funeral Tea

by Pat Wilson
Faringdon Community Centre
Produced by Deirdre Hamley

Mrs. Ellis, the English lady who caters small weddings and funeral teas, says she usually serves boiled ham, "but seeing as 'ow this is my first cremation, I didn't think boiled 'am would be appropriate." As the ladies sip their tea, it becomes apparent that someone has misplaced the urn with dear Uncle Jacob's ashes! When Sarah suggests the tea tastes odd, and they discover the tea tin still locked in the cupboard, they face an appalling possibility. A riotously funny play for an all-women cast.


by Richard Harris
Produced by Alan Taylor

A Finnish au pair and her travails with the English suitor of the previous au pair and an Italian visitor. If it were not for the thoughtfulness of the author who has kindly translated the dialogue of two of the characters into English, the audience would be as confused as the actors, who play a Finn, an Italian and an Englishman - none of whom speak a word of the other's languages.

Gosforth's Fete

by Alan Ayckbourn
Produced by Dave Headey

Publican Gosforth is running the village gala. Due to a big mistake bad personal news from Milly Carter is publicised over the public-address system. Milly’s fiancé Stewart Stokes becomes extremely aggravated and drowns his sorrows with alcohol. Councillor Mrs Pearce, after the most disorganised greeting is electrocuted by the PA system. Gosforth's Fete starts like all village fetes do. However it develops into chaos and as things continue to go wrong the play climaxes to a complete disaster.

Alan Taylor, Caroline Taylor and Brenda Keith-Walker in a scene for the Faringdon Community Centre Dramatic Society's presentation of three comedy plays, Three Into One, at the Community Centre Theatre tonight, Friday and Saturday.

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