Back to the 1940s
Cheddar Arts @ Kings Theatre is celebrating its third anniversary on Tuesday with a 1940s themed evening.
Actress Rohan McCullough will be performing her acclaimed one-woman show, My Darling Clementine about the life and marriage of Clementine Churchill, wife to Sir Winston.
A humorous and touching performance, it received rave reviews from critics at the Edinburgh Festival with the performing arts industry publication The Stage calling it, "A spellbinding evening".
Cheddar Arts will be recreating a wartime canteen with free "austerity" refreshments, bunting and flags, themed music and a wartime raffle to accompany the show.
An actress of wide range and experience, Rohan McCullough has achieved notable success with her one-woman shows, including The Testament of Youth, based on Vera Brittain's book and The Tale of Beatrix Potter which she also took to America and Australia. The doors of the Kings Theatre at the Kings of Wessex School open at 7pm and the performance begins at 7.30pm. Further details of the film and this season's programme are available on the organisation's website – www.kowessex. co.uk/cheddarArts.
Cheddar Arts @ Kings Theatre is a collaboration between the Kings of Wessex School and the village community, centred on the school's studio theatre.