Young actors take on Shaw plays challenge at the Witham Public Hall

Members of the acting school will take on two Bernard Shaw plays

Members of the acting school will take on two Bernard Shaw plays

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Young actors will tackle two challenging plays on stage in one day on Sunday.

Braintree’s Stageability Actors School provides a performing platform for young actors to participate in the staging and production of three classic plays a year.

On Sunday the school will be taking on two plays by famous playwright Bernard Shaw.

Members of the school will be performing two of his lesser-known plays, Misalliance and You Never Can Tell, chosen because of their constant wit and flow of dialogue.

Misalliance will be performed by junior members of the actors school at 2pm, followed by the senior members who will perform You Never Can Tell at 7pm.

Two Shaws To See will be performed at the Witham Public Hall in Collingwood Road. Doors open 30 minutes before each performance.

Tickets £8 (buy tickets for one show and get tickets for the other half price.

Visit withampublichall.co.uk or call 01376 567677 for more information.

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