On Saturday 24th I went to see The Hollow, a whodunnit at the Coach House Theatre, and left having discovered a thoroughly deserved "welldunnit". Second time as an Alman audience member and it will be no mystery that I will return.
**** David Webster
RILEY'S CHANCE & THE MATCH
I write to congratulate all involved with the Alman's most recent production, two one-act plays by Alan Boyd. We are fortunate to have such a talented and enthusiastic theatre group in our community.
MEN SHOULD WEEP
I was lucky enough to see the play Men Should Weep and would like to congratulate the cast and club for another outstanding piece of drama. The play was wonderfully and beautifully acted by a very strong cast! Excellent humour, realistic aggresison, authentic tragedy and ultimate hope. Well done to all involved!
JEEVES AND WOOSTER IN PERFECT NONSENSE
Thoroughly enjoyed ourselves tonight. Superb performances as usual from all the cast.
Great, really enjoyed the evening. Lots of laughs from a great cast.
THE CEMETERY CLUB
A wonderful play with superb acting. So many laugh out loud moments. Catch it if you can.
THE GOOD DOCTOR
"My sister and I have been coming from Dunfermline to see Alman Productions for many years now and are never disappointed. However, we both agree that this production was the best yet, and indeed we struggle to remember that all the people on stage are amatuers and not professional actors. Heartiest congratulations to all concerned for a beautifully acted and directed production and this is why we make the journey from Fife enthusiastically."
***** Doris Calder
A most enjoyable evening. This really was the Alman at its best - excellent acting, some really outstanding performances, well directed and an inventive and well made set.
By Anne Downie
The Alman Dramatic Club
21st, 22nd and 23rd March (Matinee)
26th, 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th March (Matinee)
Registered charity number SC040918
Induction Loop facilities available
Maggie (and her money) return to Scotland after 50 years in America to be re-united with her sisters (Mamie, Betty, Rose and Agnes). The story is unfolded, mainly in flashback, between the pre-church requiem and Maggie’s burial.
The play is a piercing and funny look at how families control, but exposes us to wider issues and the abject hypocrisy of which we can all be guilty.
Has the author taken individual notions of independence and co-independence and used them as a metaphor for a country forever on the cusp… Who can tell?
A funny and moving play, it is guaranteed to be a great night’s entertainment
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