The Dying Art of Laughter

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 Friday 21st September – 8pm

Saturday 22nd – 8pm

Sunday 23rd – 5pm

@ The Kingsland Hall, East lane, Wembley.


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As Chameleons, we pride ourselves on providing quality entertainment. For 45 years we have presented drama, mystery, comedy, farce and, of course, the rich history of traditional family entertainment that is pantomime. This autumn, we are proud to showcase these talents with an evening (and afternoon) of Cabaret as we bring you The Dying Art of Laughter!

The show, held in our usual venue at the Kingsland Hall, East Lane, Wembley, (Venue info) is set to be a collection of songs, sketches and so much more featuring many of our members that you will have seen in a number of shows. We bring you a varied selection of popular numbers and sketches from the likes of The Two Ronnies and Rowan Atkinson and much much more!

Alongside this, we are delighted to present the first ever performances of a one act play entitled Dying Art and written by two of our own members, Robert Spolander and Stuart Everett. This duo has previously penned a series of our performed pantomimes and this Murder Farce is certainly set to be a contrast. We join the three De’Ath Brothers in a picture of ordinary family life…or do we? Before we know it, there is a slightly suspect Inspector and his nice but dim WPC Smith at the door. There’s been a murder…but who…how and frankly why? Why not come along and find out!

The show ran from Friday 21st – Sunday 23rd September.

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Our New One Act Play By Stuart Everett and Robert Spolander


Cast List

Crippen De’Ath – Stuart Everett

Boston De’Ath – Ian Byrne

Christie De’Ath – Chirag Goyate

Mrs Washboard – Catherine Waters

Jane – Rachel Edwards

Inspector Crime – Den O’Brien

WPC Smith – Sam Ings

Claire – Simone Lee-Tyrassek


Director – Robert Spolander


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