Kindly Leave The Stage



Kindly Leave the Stage is John Chapman’s double-decker of a farce being a play within a play exposing a public performance where private lives are unravelling! We see a leading man loosing the plot when he finds out his wife has been having a backstage romance with another actor in the cast.  Exit, right left and centre! Any chance that the play must go on, but instead the audience are treated to theatrical mayhem.

Onstage the classic British comedy is in full swing, the marriage of ‘Rupert’ and ‘Sarah’ is on the rocks! Their lawyer friends, ‘Charles’ and ‘Madge’ agree to handle the divorce. However, after the play has been running a few minutes, cues are missed, lines are forgotten and ‘Rupert’ has a brainstorm and threatens to kill ‘Charles’ in full view of the audience! A lighthearted tilt at the complete theatricality of a cast of thespians!