Stourbridge Theatre Company
in association with
Journeymen Theatre
are delighted to perform two very entertaining plays
to raise funds, awareness and support for
Leslie's Care Packages

 
Lockdown* by
David Tristram


Follows the antics of a hapless Amateur Dramatic Society desperate for audiences. The Chairman calls a meeting (with social distancing) to discuss  their next production after restrictions ease
(*a script in hand performance)

Gold Dust by
Lynn Morris


It's ex-rock drummer Jerry Bevan's birthday and an uninvited visitor turns up in the shape of Chloe Gold. She's on a strange mission to make his birthday special but it will take more than a balloon and a pinata  to win Jerry round


 

Performances at 2.30pm and 7.30pm


Vi Wood;  the Founder of Leslie’s Care Packages says, “ I have been running LCP for the last five and a half years - since the death of my beloved husband Leslie in August 2016. In my time of grief, I also found myself at risk of losing my home and realised how easy it is for people to fall on hard times. LCP provides 'care packages' which consist of anything from food and toiletries to supermarket vouchers, clothing, new underwear, baby and small household items, new white goods and electrical items, toys, furnishings, furniture, top up gas and electric meters, as well as providing seasonal / birthday gifts and presents.”
Beneficiaries are all groups of vulnerable people in our local community (West Midlands) which includes but is not limited to; families, individuals, elderly, refugees, rough sleepers, homeless teenagers, schools, care homes, homeless shelters / hostels, refuges, hospitals and children’s wards. Vi’s Food Pantry provides parcels 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
LCP is a non-profit-organisation for the community, supported by the community. It is a registered Community Interest Company (C.I.C.) now seen as an established point of contact for local communities, both in terms of professional / organisational referrals and individual help requests.