A Romantic Comedy by John Goodrum
17th — 19th April 2008, 7.15pm
Helen sits dejectedly on a pavement in Wimbledon having just broken up with her boyfriend Pete.
The next two people she meets prove to be significant to her life in very different ways – one is a tramp, the other, Jools, a friend of Pete’s.
A romance develops between Helen and Jools and very soon Helen finds herself accompanying the separated father-of-two on a world-wide business tour.
The ups and downs of their love affair are witnessed by a number of hotel receptionists, a cafe owner, a zoo-keeper and various others who all look – to Helen’s increasing amazement – remarkably alike, all bearing the uncanniest resemblance to the tramp…
Whimsical, funny, charming and heady with romance, Sorry, I Love You… proves that relationships sometimes need a little help – and that that help can come from the least expected sources.
Coming soon ...
Don’t Dress For Dinner
a farce by Marc Camoletti
adapted by Robin Hawdon
31st August ~ 3rd September 2016
In C Block Hall at John Port School, Etwall
Donations to local charities
Since 2008, Mickleover Players have raised £700 for the Mickleover Live At Home Scheme.
in 2010 we raised £400 for Funabil8y who support young disabled people aged 8-19 years.
Many thanks to our audiences for their donations!
This year we are supporting Littleover Live at Home collections will be made at the end of each performance .
We now have our scripts for Dick Whittington, Aladdin and Cinderella available for performance by other groups.