The Shamrock by Ron Fernee, 7.30pm, Monday 11 October AT NORTH LONDON TAVERN
The Shamrock is the story of a Victorian Vicar, James Connor, and his wife, Beth, as they try to cope with the death of their only child. Rather than bond the couple, their daughter's death pulls them apart.
It's a play about love, spiritualism, creativity, and healing, with an element of humour! The story inspired, loosely, by a gravestone in a derelict cemetery in Barnes.
The full length drama will be performed by Phil Philmar, Heather Bleasdale and Sarah Berger, with further casting of the 4 hander, to be announced.
Ron Fernee has been a professional actor for over 40 years, and completed an MA in Scriptwriting at UAL. He had a short play produced as part of the Get Over It Festival, at the Chiswick Playhouse. He wrote a one man play, TREE!, that he performed professionally in London, Edinburgh, and America. Ron has previously had other full length plays and shorts read at Player Playwrights and the Script Tank.