CRESTA Amateur Dramatic Society will present three one-act dramas, collectively entitled Three to Get Ready, at the village hall in Burniston this week.
The first play, Little Boy Blue and the Man in the Moon, is a rewrite by Sue Wilding of her play Re-claiming Simon, which won five awards at drama festivals in Scarborough and Saltburn. It deals with the effects of grief and loss. The second play is Shari Gledhill’s Last Chance Saloon, which won five awards at this year’s drama festival in Saltburn. A man and a woman start chatting in a cocktail bar, each trying to get to know the other better and finding out that things are never quite what they seem. Finally, Sue Wilding’s play Nowhere Plans for Nobody explores what happens when we take the wrong road in life, how we deal with it, and how we can stop other people from making the same mistakes. The curtain rises at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £5 and can be bought at Burniston post office, the Station tea room in Cloughton and on the door.