Chester Little Theatre’s latest production of Honour by Joanna Murray-Smith has been attracting much attention and a lot of praise.

Director Jane Barth said: “We were a bit nervous about how our audiences would react to it.  It’s not a comfortable play. It’s about the break-up of a marriage and its effect on the couple, their daughter and the other woman.

“The play has drawn out tremendous performances from the cast, and audiences have been full of praise for the acting, the timing, the set, the incidental music. It seems to have made quite an impression!”

After Honour, the Little Theatre will present The Lark by Jean Anouilh from May 10-17. 

Auditions for their final play of the season – The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard – will be held on Tuesday, April 1 and Thursday, April 3 at 7.30 pm.

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