The next performance by the Chislehurst Imperial Players will take a light-hearted look at the issue of tax dodging.
“My Friend Miss Flint” is a farcical comedy that centres on the issue of not paying taxes. The main character is Tom Lambert, a television gardening celebrity. The events of the play focus on what happens when he learns that his ex-wife, who is also his accountant, has invented a new wife for him to help them avoid paying the relevant taxes. Mr Lambert gets into a number of dramatic and comedic situations as he tries to fix the problem.
Book your tickets
The players will be putting on this performance between 23rd and 25th April. Tickets are on sale for the show. Prices are £13.50 for the Thursday performance, which includes a fish and chips supper. Friday or Saturday tickets cost £7.50. The shows begin at 8pm in Chislehurst Methodist Church on Prince Imperial Road.
If you want to buy tickets, you can book them by calling 01732 852440 and 07831 197512 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you know anyone who used to be in the players? They are currently looking for old members to help commemorate 80 years of performances by the group. They will be holding a party on 27th June featuring a one-act play and tea. Further information on the celebrations can be obtained by contacting Chris Towers on 01959 523017 or by email at email@example.com.