A Night of Comedy

A Night of Comedy

Boston Playgoers Society present


Tickets £10.50**


A trio of one-act plays to make you laugh and smile, performed by Boston Playgoers Society.

Swan Song - Donald, a weary Chartered Surveyor, is retiring from the long-established, small town company he's devoted himself to for the last thirty-five years. Margaret is his hardworking, unmarried secretary who has devoted herself to Donald. On his last day, Donald has planned to spend the day doing what he wants to do. But Mimi, his bored, lonely wife has other ideas.

Where the Mushrooms Grow - A new script written by Kei Bailey especially for Playgoers 90th Year.

Jeremy has lost his dog. It is the weekend and he is calling door to door locally in the hope of finding someone who has sighted the allusive canine. He decides to venture up the long, overgrown driveway of a property called Honeystone Nook, a pretty but rundown cottage on the edge of town. When he arrives, he is invited inside by a drab, awkward woman and soon finds he is a reluctant guest in the home of the eccentric Gribble family.

Last Tango in Little Grimley - Enjoy our award-winning entrant to the Hunstanton One-Act Play Festival of 2017.

Membership of the local amateur drama society has dwindled to four. Time for dramatic action. There's only one thing that sells tickets these days - sex. But how will the locals react to the promise of a sizzling sex comedy? All is revealed in this fast-paced comedy of an Am-Dram in trouble.


**Prices include a 50p per seat 'refurbishment' levy.

Blackfriars Theatre is run predominately by volunteers, we don't charge an admin fee and don't intend to. The full levy plus gift aid, if applicable, will create a special fund to help maintain and refurbish the towns precious traditional little Theatre. This fund will also allow us to seek 'match funding' opportunities to enhance your theatre experience.

Thank you for your support and understanding. We hope you Enjoy the Show and encourage others to Keep Theatre Live in Boston.



Blackfriars undoubtedly plays a very important role as Boston's centre for entertainment and the arts. It is home to two very successful local amateur dramatic and operatic groups, as well as hosting a varied program of professional stage productions.