Here I Belong

Here I Belong

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by Matt Hartley


This amateur production is presented by arrangement with NICK HERN BOOKS.


Mask wearing and use of hand sanitising stations is strongly advised and encouraged throughout our building and in our auditoria. Performances on the 8th and 11th February will have socially distanced seating with reduced capacity and Box Office will allocate seating in advance and show ticketholders to their seats, (please inform the office of any special requirements). Bar will be offering an in-seat service only on these two dates. .


Please accept this invitation to Woodside Village Hall to celebrate Elsie’s ninetieth birthday. There will be cake!


Starting in 1953 this charming and tender play takes us on Elsie’s journey through life as she prepares for significant moments to be celebrated in the village hall.


The encounters are funny and moving as they look at the life of the baby boomer generation, who have benefitted from the golden years of the welfare state. It explores changing village life, the challenges facing millennials and the right to grow old in your own home.


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'1953. What a time to be born. Imagine all the things they will see'.



Directed by Jamesine Cundell Walker


Wildman Studio