ABC Drama Club started in 1991, when a group of people from Afonwen, Babell and Caerwys decided to form a committee. The play
is usually staged in November, and held in the Caerwys Town Hall, with rehearsals beginning many months prior. Apart
from the actors, there are many local people who help in other ways, such as with the costumes, stage effect, make up and
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Awaiting photographs from the 2015 production
ABC Drama Production 2014
Alan Ayckburn's - Season's Greetings
Now we don't want to start Christmas like this, do
Cheating at Snakes & Ladders, fighting
over comic books…Christmas has arrived in the Bunker household along with family and friends.
But as the children lurk just out of sight, it is the adults who are letting the
Presiding over the festivities
are two warring Uncles, one a kindly, incompetent Doctor with an interminable puppet show to perform;
the other a bullying retired security guard who dominates the TV, brings toy guns
for his nieces and determines there is a thief in their midst.
The action takes place in the home of Neville and Belinda Bunker.
The year is 1973.
Christmas Eve, 7.30pm
Christmas Day, Noon
Christmas Day, Midnight
Scene 1 Boxing Day, 3.30pm
Scene 2 December 27th, 5.15am
CAST & PRODUCTION CREW
Belinda (his wife)
Phyllis (his sister)
Bernard (Phyllis' husband)
Rachel (Belinda's sister)
Cast - Left to right
- Eryl Davies - Elizabeth Burnside - ( Roger Jenkins ) - Sarah Dixon -
Richard Jenkins - David Grieve - Rebecca Blackwell - Sion Huw Davies - Michael
Berry - Kate Jones
Production Crew - Director - Geraint Jones
- Producer - Kris Chambers -
Lighting/Sound - Geraint Jones - &
DJ Rusty - Stage Manager - Kris Chambers
- Set Construction - Gareth Parry -
Roger Jenkins & Cast - Props & Costumes -
Murray Taylor, Jeni Taylor & Kris Chambers - Prompt -
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There was no production held in
ABC Drama Production 2012
Drinking Habits ( A Farce ) by Tom Smith
The 2012 ABC Drama production, was performed at the Caerwys
Town Hall on Thursday 8th November, Friday 9th and Saturday 10th November. The performances were a sellout for the three
Accusations, mistaken identities and
romance run wild in this traditional, laugh out loud farce.
Two nuns at the Sisters of Perpetual Sewing have been secretly making wine to keep the convent's doors open but Paul
and Sally, reporters and former fiancées, are hot on their trail.
They go undercover but their presence, combined with the addition of a new nun, spurs paranoia throughout the convent
that spies have been sent from Rome to shut them down.
Wine and secrets are inevitably spilled as everyone tries to preserve the convent
and reconnect with lost loves.