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Between Love and Madness

Between Love and Madness
A triple bill of one-act plays

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 A B O U T

This year the Woodhouse Players triple bill features three plays with characters trapped somewhere between Love and Madness. We'll leave you to decide which characters are closer to love, or madness, and whether you can spot the difference.

"Geniuses are very peculiar", once said to describe Isaac Newton: Last of the Magicians, an original play by Stephen Balchin, is a play about Newton, his passions and obsessions, and ideas that may have been remarkable insights, or may have merely been barking mad. Cupid's Arrow by Kate Harper comes next, another original piece, following the trials and tribulations of one persons battle with a dating agency. And rounding off the evening The Public Eye by Peter Shaffer, a suspicious husband, a private detective, and an unlikely relationship develops between the spy and the spied-upon.

Join the Woodhouse Players - Leytonstone's award winning amateur drama group - this April at the Welsh Church hall.

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The Public Eye

The Public Eye
by Peter Shaffer

A suspicious husband, a private detective and an unlikely relationship leads to a surprise conclusion | more

Cupid's Arrow

Cupid's Arrow
by Kate Harper

Get ready to meet some true eccentrics in this farcical collision of love and adventure as Woodhouse present this original one-act play | more

Last of the Magicians

The Last of the Magicians
by Stephen Balchin

"What's the difference between a genius and a madman?" - Newton was not the first of the age of reason. He was the last of the magicians | more

 W H E R E   &   W H E N   &   H O W   M U C H

at The Waltham Forest Festival

Thu 22 March 2007

at The Waltham Forest Festival

Sat 24 March 2007

at the Welsh Church Hall

6 adults
3 concessions

advance booking only
Online booking subject to a transaction fee

Thu 12 April 2007, 8pm
Fri 13 April 2007, 8pm
Sat 14 April 2007, 3pm
Sat 14 April 2007, 8pm

at the All England Theatre Festival
Eastwood Studio Theatre
Rayleigh Road
Leigh on Sea

Sat 5th May 2007, 6pm

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