Noel Coward's 'FALLEN ANGELS'
24 May 2013
Imagine it’s the mid 1930s. The British Broadcasting Company is planning a broadcasting first: a live performance of a new Noel Coward play, ‘Fallen Angels’. The actors will wear evening dress as is customary within the BBC even for the news readers. There will be the excitement of realistic sound effects, a narrator to bring the magic of the theatrical stage to the studio and a live audience to give atmosphere and laughter to the microphone.
Well, you don’t have to imagine any longer. Come to the Salle Polyvalente at Paillé (17470) at 6.30 pm on Friday 24th May to see a recreation of this famous event.
The play will take place with the audience sitting at tables for the three Acts. During the first interval a main course will be provided and during the second, a dessert. Bring your couverts, your own drinks and (quiet) nibbles.
Join in the atmosphere by wearing 1930s (or 2013) evening dress. Enliven the ambience for the listeners at home on their cats-whiskers’ wirelesses by laughing and applauding in the right places.
Tickets for the show and the meal are only 15 euros per person for the meal and show with 5 euros for the show only. Tickets must be paid for on application. Send a cheque to:
10 rue de la Cordonnerie
Before the 17th May