Lindfield Community Plays – times for your diary

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A series of plays depicting Lindfield’s history performed  by school children, students, Lindfield Dramatic Society and Professional Actors.

Saturday 19th September 2015

High Street, Lindfield

TIME

VENUE

PERFORMER

TITLE

DETAILS

11.00 – 11.10

All Saints Church

Robin Hood

Lindfield Promenade Plays – watch out for the actors

11.20 – 11.30

Osbourne Cottage

Henslowe

Lindfield Promenade Plays – watch out for the actors

11.40 – 11.50

The Toll House

Smugglers

Lindfield Promenade Plays – watch out for the actors

12.00 – 12.10

Glyn Thomas & The Stand Up Inn

Dickens

Lindfield Promenade Plays – watch out for the actors

14.30 -14.40

All Saints Church

Robin Hood

Lindfield Promenade Plays – watch out for the actors

14.50 – 15.00

Osbourne Cottage

Henslowe

Lindfield Promenade Plays – watch out for the actors

15.10 – 15.20

The Toll House

Smugglers

Lindfield Promenade Plays – watch out for the actors

15.30 – 15.40

Glyn Thomas & The Stand Up Inn

Dickens

Lindfield Promenade Plays – watch out for the actors

Robin Belfield, previous Lindfield Arts Director 2013, Theatre Director and Producer is writing a Community Promenade Play to be performed in Lindfield High Street at different intervals throughout Saturday 19th September.

This play is about the history of Lindfield, including the historic buildings and the residents in past times. The scenes of the play will be acted out by local school children [Limepalm Productions], students from Sussex Actors Studio [Central Sussex College], Lindfield Amateur Dramatics and up to three professional actors.

The Promenade Play will benefit the visitors to Lindfield High Street by raising their awareness of the historic value the buildings have, the notorious and famous residents from the past and the enjoyment of seeing different aged actors enacting short scenes that will resonate with the community.

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