2012 A Rose in the Courtyard at St Peter and St Paul’s Luncheon Club

SHADES was pleased to be invited once more to

St Peter and St Paul’s Luncheon Club on 
Saturday 3rd November at 1 p.m.

This time SHADES performed a one-act play from its tour for 2012.

A Rose in the Courtyard

by Craig Sodaro

Directed by Rob Cooke, this is a most powerful One-act Play about the persecution of the early Christians.
On the eve of his appointment as governor of the Roman district Tysus, Prefect Flavius faces a tragic dilemma. His daughter, Gena, professes she is a Christian during one of the great persecutions. Flavius’ wife, driven by ambition, wants nothing to block his appointment – even if that means her husband must sentence her step-daughter to death. Flavius is torn between his desire to uphold the law, his love for his daughter, and an inner light that seems to be guiding him contrary to all that he believes.

This and another one-act play, Mr Scrooge and the Spirits of Christmas First, will be toured from September to December.
The dates and venues of this tour may be found on this page.

Performances of this play take place at these other venues.
Click on them to view a report, photos and video clips:

St Mark’s URC on 1st July
St John’s Pevensey Road on September 29th
St Ethelburga’s Church on October 13th
His Place Community Church on October 19th
St Peter’s Community Centre, Bexhill on December 1st

 Photographs of the Dress Rehearsal for the performance at St Mark’s URC can be found in the Gallery

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