Whether it's a Victorian melodrama or a French farce, a middle-aged man's monologue or the story of an elderly actress drowning in nostalgia, it can all be seen in Fourplay.
The show, one of the three annual productions by the am-dram musical society Belmont Theatre Company, features four short one-act plays.
The Little Heir, a Victorian melodrama by Kay Macaulife, kicks off the evening, followed by the dramatic comedy In By The Half by Jimmie Chinn, about a retired actress with an imperious way of being, who experiences a sudden change in her relationship with her daughter.
The third play, A Chip In The Sugar, is one of 12 monologues by Alan Bennett, written for the BBC television show Talking Heads, about a middle-aged bachelor's close relationship with his mother which is shaken after she meets an old boyfriend.
A French farce by David Foxton follows: Caught On The Hop is a play of stolen identities, infidelity and trousers being lost. In other words, a straight forward farce.
The production will see three new faces in the form of Lottie Rebello, from Stanmore, Rosie Spearpoint, of the Pump House Children and Youth Theatre Group in Watford, and Amy Caulfield, from Harrow.
Bill Baynes, the Belmont Theatre's chairman, who plays the part of Graham in A Chip in the Sugar, says: "The audience is expecting an evening's entertainment, and we hope to give it to them."
Belmont Theatre Group - which was formed in 1946 - rehearsed from July to October for the production, which follows a successful staging of JB Priestley's When We Are Married.