The Castle Hill Players have scrapped the rest of their 2021 season and are looking forward to more than a few laughs at The Pavilion Theatre at Castle Hill next year.
When lockdown commenced in June Castle Hill Players were hopeful of a necessary but minimal interruption to their 2021 Season, and tentative plans were put in place to open Entertaining Angels in July which kept getting put back.
The Management Committee has now made the difficult decision to cancel the remaining three plays of the 2021 Season.
“Cancellation is always disappointing,” said CHP spokesperson Annette Snars this week. “However, the reality is that it buys us time to get organised and return bigger and brighter in 2022.” Pavilion Theatre
Entertaining Angels by British comedy, by Richard Everett which has been in rehearsal for several months, will now open the 2022 Season. It is being directed by Jennifer Willison. Pavilion Theatre
Annette said: “This much loved and hugely anticipated play will kick off a brand new year with witty dialogue and an eclectic group of characters offering a very English comedy that’s profound, absorbing and thoroughly entertaining.”
The remainder of the 2022 season will be announced soon. Announcements will be made on the CHP website www. paviliontheatre.org.au and on the Facebook page Pavilion Theatre – Castle Hill Players. Castle Hill Players have been entertaining residents for 55 years.