Tom & Viv is a dark yet startlingly funny play about T.S. Eliot’s’ marriage to his first wife Vivienne Haigh-Wood. Vivienne suffered a hormonal imbalance which today would almost certainly be treatable to the extent that she would be able to live a “normal” life. However, at the time the medications she was prescribed had a devastating effect on her mental and physical health and impacted on the lives of those around her. There is little room for doubt in the play that Viv was a great influence on Eliot’s work. To find out more, come and see the play!
Some rehearsal pictures taken on Sunday…..
Monthly Play Readings – All Welcome!
Each month the ECC hosts a Play Reading. No experience is required, and new participants are always made very welcome.
This month we will be reading WHEN WE ARE MARRIED by J B Priestly on Wednesday 8 April 7.45pm for 8pm – Chez Mary. We do not yet have anyone to assign parts, so if you would be willing to do this please ring Mary, she would be delighted to hear from you: 02 345 85 83
Other than that the usual rules apply! Please register via this Doodle link http://doodle.com/ie4r8se3c54g72xa, or ring Mary if you really don’t like Doodle. 7.45pm Chez Barbara for an 8pm start, and interval nibbles or drinks always welcome! More importantly – just come along and enjoy yourself!
To know more about the forthcoming Play Reading, go to the Play Reading tab or CLICK HERE