Witches of Eastwick Fly into Fulham

Cygnet Players return to London Oratory School this week

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 The Cygnet Players are back this week at the John McIntosh Theatre at London Oratory School with their latest production, The Witches of Eastwick.

In the tiny New England town of Eastwick, Rhode Island, three modern-day witches innocently plot and conjure over a heady brew of weak martinis and peanut butter brownies. But when their longings are made flesh in the arrival of one Darryl Van Horne, all hell breaks loose. Quite literally!

The play opens on Wednesday February 18 and runs through till Saturday February 21 at the school, which is in Seagrave Road behind Fulham Broadway.

Produced in association with app letyano, there are performances nightly at 7.45pm with a 2.30pm Saturday matinee. Tickets cost £16 (£13 concessions) and can be bought from the Cygnet Players box office on 07941 448 689 or via the website.

Book and lyrics are by John Dempsey with music by Dana P Rowe.

Cygnet Players are a musical theatre group based in South West London which performs shows or concerts twice yearly, as well as an annual play. The players say they have an ever-growing membership, aged from 16 - 60, but are always looking for new talent. Rehearsals are twice weekly in Southfields (Tuesdays and Thursdays plus Sundays nearer show dates) and we generally perform in or near to Putney.

To find out how to get involved, email the players at info@cygnetplayers.com.


February 24, 2015