The Winslow Boy June 1-23
By Terence Rattigan
Directed by Jennifer Willison
It is a few years prior to the First World War and fourteen year-
old Ronnie Winslow has just been expelled from naval
college, accused of the theft of a postal order.
The boy remains adamant that he is innocent. Enraged, his
father Arthur, engages a leading lawyer, Sir Robert Morton,
to challenge the Admiralty to prove the charges in court.
As Arthur attempts to clear his son’s name, even in the
face of public opposition and weakening resolve, each
member of the Winslow family suffers as the case slowly
unfolds, including Ronnie’s suffragette sister, Catherine, who
sacrifices her own happiness and ambition in the pursuit of
justice for her brother.
June 1 to June 23
By arrangement with ORiGiNTM Theatrical on behalf of Samuel French Ltd
WHAT ELSE WE PROVIDE?
Congratulations to the recipients of awards at the CHP AGM this evening. Lyn Jones received the Shelagh O’Hanlan Award for Outstanding Service to the Players and Ben Freeman The Pavilion Award for Excellence in Creative Contribution to the Players in 2017. Well deserved recognition to both.
Check out the review of Harvey at Stage Whispers. http://www.stagewhispers.com.au/community-theatre/six-foot-rabbit-castle-hill-players
HARVEY opens this Friday at The Pavilion. Meet the cast and crew of this wonderful play about invisible friends, tolerance and unconditional love all wrapped up in hat full of laughs! DIRECTOR, MEREDITH JACOBS: Meredith is one of CHP’s longest serving members and most experienced directors and actors. With productions as varied as Amadeus to […]