Bang Bang Beirut

Bang Bang Beirut.The Gibraltar Amateur Drama Association will be staging their new play as part of the Autumn Festival, “Bang Bank Beirut”, by Ray Cooney and Tony Hilton. Performance days will be Wednesday 30th and Thursday 31st October and Saturday 1st November.

Again GADA is sticking to their tried and tested formula of offering its audience its usual hilarious evening with this play. An outrageously funny farce set in the lobby and courtyard of a small hotel in the Middle East, where a group of British undercover agents (in a variety of unlikely disguises) are trying to weather a local military coup, while devising a plan to smuggle a young native prince out of danger. The bungling spies arouse the suspicions of the local military and we are off on a mad whirl of double-takes, sliding panels, missing bodies and mistaken identities – the perfect ingredients for a fast-moving and hilarious evening’s entertainment.

The play is produced for Gada by Howard Danino and jointly Directed by Howard Danino, Trevor Guilliano and Trevor Norton. The cast is made up of our usual members with some new faces thrown in.

Calendar Girls at Inces Hall In Aid Of Bosum Buddies

Its that time of the year again when the brave girls from Bosom Buddies get together to produce their now very famous calendar. This year though they have been supported by the members of the Gibraltar Amatuer Drama Assiation who for the past 4 months have dedicated themselves wholeheartedly to their latest production – Calender Girls. Directors Trevor Norton and Trevor Guilliano have worked very closely with Howard Danino (producer) to stage on Gibraltar this unforgetable show.

The cast has also worked very hard, especially the six very brave ladies who play the leading characters. The main roles will be brought to life by Nadine Gonsalez, Gwendolin Williams, Kathryne Borge, Alma Piris, Kerry Marriot and Betty Danino. Also some familiar faces such as Mario Prescott, and Monica Richie.

The show is being staged in aid of the Bosom Buddies charity, so every penny will be donated to the local cancer trust. The show will run for four nights from the 15th to 18th October and tickets can already be purchased from the Inces Hall ticket office, priced at £10 and £12.

Insight Magazine encorages its readers to support this very worthy cause – we had a sneak preview during rehearsals and must say it looks very promising; definitely show not to be missed! We take the opportunity to wish the cast and crew all the best for the night.

Break a leg guys……..please, not litterally!