Fresh from success with a two-play debut in May of this year, the Hill Players - Harrow's new amateur dramatics group - aims to impress once more with a performance of the comedy Stepping Out by Richard Harris, a few days before Christmas.
The production, which won the 1984 Evening Standard Comedy of the Year, is a heart-warming play about a group of amateur tap dancers, seven women and one man, who meet and get to know each other at a weekly class in a dingy North London church hall.
Led by Mavis, their devoted teacher, their dancing gradually improves, but will that be enough for them to pull off their routine for a performance at a charity gala?
The show will be staged on December 19 at 7.30pm, and on December 20 at 2.30pm and 7.30pm, at Harrow School's Ryan Theatre, entrance off Yew Walk (off West Street).
Doors to the theatre open half an hour before showtime.
The Hill Players are a very talented group of amateur actors. I very much enjoyed their last performance and look forward to watching them this time too. Join me if you can.
* Tickets £7/£3 for under-12s and over-65s. Call Maggie on 07970 492 566, email: email@example.com or visit the group's website, www.hillplayers.co.uk .