Worsdley players set for a comical look at old age

Stourbridge News: Wordsley Amateur Dramatic Society players Dave Southall (Aylott), Paul Homer (Peter). Front Brian Dickinson (Cooper), Amanda Palmer (Nurse Wilson) Buy this photo Wordsley Amateur Dramatic Society players Dave Southall (Aylott), Paul Homer (Peter). Front Brian Dickinson (Cooper), Amanda Palmer (Nurse Wilson)

A GROUP of Wordsley actors are getting set for a show which takes a comical look at old age.

A Month of Sundays by Bob Larbey, author of hit TV show The Good Life, is the latest production by Wordsley Amateur Dramatic Society.

The play tells the story of two elderly men living in a nursing home who reject the patronising attitude of relatives during weekend visits.

Instead the men, Cooper and Aylott, use wit and humour to deal with the dilemmas of coming to the end of their days.

A Month of Sundays will run from Wednesday April 24 until Saturday April 27 at Kingswinford Methodist Church Hall, Stream Road.

Tickets cost £7, for more information visit www.wads-online.co.uk

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