Belfast’s Clarence Players will present thje first play in Leslie Sands’ trilogy of seaside capers at the Seaview Guest House at Portrush Summer Theatre this week.
The fantastically funny play, “ Beside The Seaside” features tyrannical landlady Mrs Austin who terrorises her lodgers with her bread and butter pudding.
Meanwhile newlyweds Mr and Mrs Pepper realise that marriage is no honeymoon and Wilf and Ethel Pearson try to prevent their daughter Sally from running off with a local ‘theatrical’ trickster.
The usual Summer Theatre chaos abounds in this fantastically funny play set in a stormy seaside resort.
“Beside The Seaside” will run from August 3-6 at Portrush Town Hall, nightly at 8pm.
The remaining programme for the summer season is:
10-13 August: A BIT MORE CRAIC - Highfield Players.
17-20 August: RUNNING RIOT by Derek Benfield - Bart Players (Belfast)
24-27 August: DON’T TELL THE WIFE by Sam Cree - Lambeg Players (Belfast).
All the performances begin at 8pm, tickets for adults cost £8 (concession £7) and children £5. The box office is open daily from 11am to 12 noon and 6pm to 8pm. Tickets: Adults £8, Concession £7, Children £5