Bradford Players return to the stage this week with a production of “The Ex Factor”, a comedy by Ian Hornby.
Bradford Players are staging this production in memory of Brian Plumb, a much-loved and long-serving member of the group, who died suddenly
last October following heart surgery. Brian was Bradford Players’ lighting director and also turned his hand to stage management, set building and many more backstage tasks.
The Ex Factor
Imagine it – you and your wife-to-be are struggling to open your bed and breakfast. The inspector is due any moment. So it is for Phil and Jane. Except… the imminent inspector is Phil’s ex-wife Felicity, and there never was any love lost between the two women. And there’s a rumour that Felicity’s latest beau used to be a Chippendale – not good when your first guests, two matronly women, are also due to arrive. And the place is almost, but not quite, finished – the rising wind threatening to blow the roof off the barn. The stage is set for misunderstandings, jealousy, women at war and even a burglary. That all-pervading scent of the farmyard doesn’t help either.
Performances are Thursday 6th – Saturday 8th June, 7.30pm at Bradford-on-Tone Village Hall, TA4 1HF.
Tickets £7.50 from 07581 880807