For SNADS’ autumn production, award-winning director Toby Greenfield has chosen the hit West End play Rabbit, written by Nina Raine.
The story follows 29-year-old Bella on her birthday. Friends and former lovers meet for a drink to celebrate, but as the Bloody Marys flow, the bar becomes a battlefield … In the uncivil war between the sexes, what happens when the females have the real fire-power – stockpiles of testosterone, lethal wit and explosive attitude? And what happens when patriarchy gets personal? When the only man you really love is dying?
With its relatable, comedic characters and heartbreaking scenes, there won’t be a dry eye in the house. Get your tickets while they last – Rabbit is brought to life on 19th to 21st October.
Tickets from The Exchange, Sturminster Newton (or phone 01258 475137)
- Formed in 1930, Sturminster Newton Amateur Dramatics Society’s (SNADS) first production was a locally-written pantomime of Dick Whittington; thus starting the tradition of the SNADS pantomimes being penned and directed by local writers. In 1967, SNADS moved into their then-new home, the Sturminster Hall, and for the first time had a permanent stage on which to perform two plays and a pantomime annually. Now, under chairman John Skinner, SNADS has a large and enthusiastic membership, starting from 13 years and up, and aims to create hours of entertainment for all on their professional stage within The Exchange. A SNADS show is not to be missed!