An Evening of One Act Plays

Burning Issues

A comedy by Millie Gray

It’s 1952, George the VI has just died and so has Gabby Forbes, but although Gabby’s dead, he just will not lie down. He still has plenty to say and he’s not going anywhere till he knows he’s getting a good send off. His hard up daughter, Rachael, has the funeral to organise – and pay for! She can barely afford the ham sandwiches and Gabby has drunk and gambled all his money away, leaving nothing for the purvey, let alone for a coffin.

 

Error of Judgement

A comedy by Isabella C. Rae

What do you do when you’re all set to host the party of a lifetime, of the millennium even, and the Devil’s son arrives, begging to join in the fun? He’s even brought his guitar so he can entertain the partygoers. This is Emanuelle’s dilemma and it gets even more complicated when an old lady arrives who’s terrified of ending up in Hell!

 

Friday 10th April 2015 (7.15)  Kirkhill Halls, Cambuslang
Saturday 11th April 2015 (7.15) Stonelaw Parish Church, Rutherglen