Sewell Barn Theatre, Constitution Hill, Norwich NR3 4BB Box office: 01603 626414 Sewell Barn Trust: Registered Charity No 277724
The Sewell Barn Company
THE KITCHEN SINK by Tom Wells
Director: Peter Wood
Performances: 30, 31 March; 1 and 5-
Things are not going to plan for one family living in the faded Yorkshire seaside resort of Withernsea. Milkman Martin is struggling under the weight of competition from local supermarkets, his dilapidated float a constant reminder of the parlous state of his business. Something clearly isn’t right with Kath’s kitchen sink. Billy is hoping to secure a place at art college with his audition piece -
Tom Well’s play is about big dreams and small changes and how bringing about those changes can make a difference. This sweet-
Billy (late teens) A young gay man who has hopes of getting into art college. However, he is plagued by self doubt and lack of confidence.
Sophie (early to mid 20s) Strong-
Pete (early to mid 20s) A plumber by trade, Pete is the outsider. He has no family (save for his gran) and misses what he thinks everyone else in the play has. He’s not the brightest spark in the pack but is nevertheless amiable and unaffected. He’s also very fond of Sophie.
As things stand, I hope to rehearse on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays and some Sunday afternoons. Weekday rehearsals will commence at 7.00pm, Sundays at 2 pm
Thurs 17 November at 7.30 in the Barn.
The audition will focus on the script. It is advisable to have read the play before auditioning.
Published by NHB (Nick Hern Books). ISBN 978 1 84842 222 3