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Press Releases from Hamburg Players e.V. (7 total)

“Stitch and bitch“ behind the scenes of a couture house - „Death in High H …

The summer of 1937 in London: behind the scenes of the elegant London couture house “Christophe”, jealousy, flirtation and sudden death lurk. While owner Frank Bevan is still debating whom to send to his new branch in Deauville as general manager, events take a fast turn in his salon. Each of his employees show an interest in the new position, from creative Mrs Doon and his longstanding right hand Mrs

The Hamburg Players e.V. present in english "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dicke …

A Christmas Carol tells a timeless heart-warming tale of humanity and the true spirit of Christmas. Christmas is a time of cheer and joy, but not for pennypinching old Ebenezer Scrooge. Over the years his heart has turned to stone. The only thing that counts is his money – never waste a penny, and certainly not on the poor! Song and dance? Bah, humbug! But then a chilling thing happens – the

The Hamburg Players present Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams

Director: Mathilde Berry It is a hot sticky summer in the Mississippi Delta. The wealthy Pollitt family has gathered to celebrate patriarch Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. But below the surface, turbulent emotions are brewing. What Big Daddy and Big Mama don’t yet know is that this will be Big Daddy’s last birthday – he is dying of cancer. Their eldest son, Gooper and his wife, Mae, are scheming to get younger son,

The Hamburg Players e.V. present Dial "M" for Murder by Frederick Knott

Former tennis pro and playboy Tony Wendice (Jonathan Greenman) married the charming Sheila (Izzy Orde) for her money, only to neglect her and lead the good life. But when he discovers she has fallen in love with another man, crime writer Max Halliday (Martin Mills ), Tony starts to worry that his free and easy days might come to an end. So he plays the dutiful and attentive husband while

The Hamburg Players present: The Dining Room by A. R. Gurney

Sarah, a cool teenager, steals her mother’s liquor in the dining room to impress her friend Helen, and the boys who are coming to visit. Paul and Margery can be found flirting under the old dining table instead of trying to repair it. Peggy and Ted try to discuss their blossoming affair with interruptions from a very noisy and chaotic children’s birthday party. Hilarious stories takes place in the dining

The Hamburg Players present Lettice and Lovage by Peter Shaffer

Eccentric Lettice Duffet (Amy Lee) simply cannot settle for the ordinary. Even working as a tour guide at Fustian House, one of Britain’s more boring stately homes, cannot stop her creativity. Her experiences as the daughter of an actress who toured France with an all-girl troupe performing Shakespeare’s history plays, along with her enthusiasm for Elizabethan food and mediaeval weaponry, help her to inventively inform her tourists and liven up

The Hamburg Players present Snake in the Grass by Alan Ayckbourn

Snake in the Grass by Alan Ayckbourn - directed by Mathilde Berry-Graham The Hamburg Players present a spine-tingling suspense drama about murder and ghosts from the past and present, penned by the inimitable Alan Ayckbourn. “A creepily, scarily, eerily enjoyable evening” Sunday Times “It‘s a suspense drama about murder, blackmail and haunting ... there is ...depth and subtlety ...” Financial Times Miriam has cared for her father in the family home during his last