CHESTER Performs and Action Transport Theatre are looking for dolls, dummies and mannequins for their forthcoming production, A Million Shades of Pink.
The show is being performed as part of the 2008 Shell Chester Literature Festival’s performance weekend, Chester Oyez! at 2pm and 7.30pm on October 18-19 at
Kingsway Campus, University of Chester.
“To make the set for A Million Shades of Pink we are looking for dolls, dummies, mannequins. Can you donate any that you have? Or lend some? Do you have nieces or nephews that don’t want their Kens and Barbies and Bratz or imitation babies any more?” said Kevin Dyer, director
of A Million Shades of Pink.
A Million Shades of Pink is a truthful, funny play about love, betrayal and growing up fast. It is the story of a teenage girl who on the last day of school decides to change her life. She dumps her long-time best friend to spend time with Kayleigh.
Collectively written by 11 young writers from Cheshire, A Million Shades of Pink is being performed, script-in-hand, as part of the Chester Literature Festival. Tickets can be bought from www.quaytickets.com of Chester Tourist Information Centre 01244 402111.
If you have a doll that you would like to donate or lend to Chester Performs and Action Transport Theatre please contact Amber Knipe on 01244 409113 or email email@example.com.