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We will be holding an unrehearsed play-reading at El Candil in San Pedro de Alcantara on Monday, April 22nd 7.30pm for 8pm.

Everyone is welcome to attend and to read or not as they wish.

'Silent Night' by Colin and Mary Crowther. It is a heartwarming story about an ordinary family in extraordinary times: the Blitz, Winter 1940.

A direct hit on their Anderson shelter leaves Wilf, Rose, Lily Jack and their tortoise Harold awaiting the call to St. Peter and the Pearly Gates.As the night darkens around them, old tensions and new revelations threaten to blast them apart forever. But dawn rises on a family united and resolved: wherever they go they will stay together. St. Peter it seems is in for a surprise - and he isn't the only one....

The characters are as follows:
Rose, 45, brusque, fretful
Wilfred, 50, worn, thoughtful
Lilly, 20, fiery, spirited
Jack, 16, impressionable, confused
Peter, 50 plus, affable, firm

Alfonso will be offering tapas at 7 euros per head to follow the reading. Please let me know if you will be attending and if you wish to order tapas.

You can e-mail me on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 607 796 548. Hope to see you there for an enjoyable fun evening.

Carol Woolnoth