The fourth play of the 2019 Season.
Written by Richard Harris
Directed by Rebecca Dickinson
A comedy about eight people from different backgrounds who end up attending weekly tap dance classes in their local church hall. As the weeks pass, they develop skill and co-ordination while new friendships are formed.
EVERY JOURNEY BEGINS WITH A STEP
A comedy about people from different backgrounds who want to shed their inhibitions so end up attending weekly tap dance classes in their local church hall. Led by patient ex-professional Mavis, the bumbling amateurs develop new skills and new friendships are formed. Soon they are journey that includes triumph and tragedy and will take them further than they could ever have believed.
Inspired by a true story, this funny and heart-warming play won Best Comedy at the Evening Standard Awards and is guaranteed to tap away your troubles!
Richard Harris is an award-winning playwright who has written Outside Edge, A Touch of Frost, The Avengers, The Darling Buds of May and many more. Stepping Out was adapted into a film in 1991 starring Liza Minnelli and Julie Walters. Rebecca Dickinson has previously directed Be My Baby and Steel Magnolias for CADOS
Mavis: Zoe Jones
Sylvia: Emma Bailey
Maxine: Emma Hardacre
Vera: Kim Brookfield
Andy: Lorraine Ryan
Dorothy: Hannah Liddle
Rose: Fiona Clarke
Lynne: Hannah Wallis
Geoffrey: Phil Quinn
Mrs Fraser: Susan Hilton
Ensemble: Carla Martland, Karen Miller, Renee Clitheroe, Myah Brookfield, Ellie Brookfield
Tickets: Mon-Wed £8, Thurs-Sat £10. Book Here.