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 ...
Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates
by Alan Waring & Helen Quinby
On 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th December
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 Derbyshire Air Ambulance in memory of Cordell Jackson. 50p from each ticket sold for our plays this year will be donated to the fund.
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