The historic St Mary’s church, Frensham, built in 1239, is the wonderfully atmospheric setting for two of Noel Coward’s best loved one-act plays: ‘Still Life’ (the basis for the film ‘Brief Encounters’) and ‘Fumed Oak’. Coward had deep associations with the parish, visiting and writing there, and so it is fitting that two of his finest short plays are brought to life each evening under the skilful directorship of Hilary Lee-Corbin, and star many of the highly regarded actors and actresses of the Tilbourne Players along with other performers. You get two plays for the price of one, with tickets priced at just £15 to also include a free drink, canapes and a free programme. Performances are from
Thursday 6-Saturday 8 February at 7.30pm. Tickets from www.ticketsource.co.uk/st-marys-church-frensham or call 01252 793138. All proceeds to church funds.