Nightclub dream and romance don't mix
THE story of entrepreneur Joey Evans and his dream of opening his own nightclub is being brought to life on the stage by Tickenham Drama Group.
The play Pal Joey, written by Rogers and Hart, has enjoyed runs on Broadway and in the West End and has also been made into a film starring Frank Sinatra, Rita Heyworth and Kim Novak.
Director Robbie Burns will be directing the award winning cast from the drama group while Sue Marsh takes on the role of musical director.
The play, set in San Francisco, follows the story of second-rate singer and womaniser Joey Evans and his plans to open his own nightclub.
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When Joey meets Linda English, a naive chorus girl, he has stirrings of real feelings.
However, that does not stop him from romancing a wealthy, wilful, and lonely widow Vera Simpson, in order to convince her to finance his dream, Chez Joey, a nightclub of his own.
Hit numbers from the show include I Could Write a Book and Bothered, Bewitched and Bewildered.
Pal Joey takes to the stage of Tickenham Village Hall from May 1 to 5 at 7.45pm and tickets, priced at £10 to include a programme, are available from 01275 853060.