Twilight Lawns plc

a dramatic production

By Popular Demand following the astounding success of the dramatic performance offered last Christmas,
the Twilight Lawns Drama Group will be performing, once again,
Queen of the Nile
A play in Two Acts with Tableaux, Lighting Effects and Music performed by the
Twilight Lawns Theatrical Experience,
(Staff and Residents and Others)
Written and directed by
Mrs Hilda Plantagenet-Featheringstonehaugh

Performances to take place in early Autumn in the Freshly Refurbished
(following the Fire last year)
Queen Alexandra Day Room and Amenities Area

Theda Bara 1

Cook in the title role of
Queen of the Nile

CC Cook

Cook - in Civvies

As we see her on a daily basis;
Dear lovable, affable Cook.
Whether on her Harley Davison motor bike, head down, arse up,
in black leather; burning up the M23
 after a day out with the
Guildford Chapter Hell’s Angels;
or creating a tempting dinner in the kitchen;
or taking to the stage.
in the Title role of
Queen of the Nile 

Our Dear Royal Patron:
H.R.H. Princess Alice of Schleswig-Philistine Von Gotha
und Hans-Knees-und-Bumsen-Daisy Und-So-Weiter
may be able to attend the performance on the final night.
H.R.H. Princess Alice has requested that her favourite hymn,
“Schleswig-Philistine Von Gotha und Hans-Knees-und-Bumsen-Daisy Und-So-Weiter. über Alles”
should be sung when she arrives and departs.
Appropriate hymn sheets will be provided.
We wouldn’t want ourselves to appear to have no manners, would we?
Please try to learn the words.

Costumes created by the nimble fingers of

the Little Sisters of Selective Charity, Streatham Hill;
under the watchful eye of Sister Mary Perpetua.

Costumes for Raj, Wladyslaw, Czcibor and Józef specially designed by our talented and artistic
Hilda Plantagenet-Featheringstonehaugh.

Scenery created by Nurse Smythe and Mrs Eulalia Hawkins
with admirable help from Józef, Czcibor & Wladyslaw,

Beryl, Dolly, Millicent and Mr Cornwallis are reminded that there will be no repetition of the disgraceful dancing in the aisles or silly noises during the Musical Numbers or The Dance of the Vestal Virgins that accompanied the last performance of Cleopatra at Christmastide.

Mrs Parker-Browne is very sensitive about her chronic flatulence and we are very lucky to have her playing the pump organ for our production... it would be a shame to lose her.