Not a play for the prud­ish

The tale of three en­ter­pris­ing clean­ers fac­ing re­dun­dancy is com­ing to the stage in Tring

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HI­LAR­I­OUS com­edy is com­ing to the Court The­atre in Tring in De­cem­ber.

Dirty Dust­ing is a side-split­ting play writ­ten by Ed Waugh and Trevor Wood.

It was orig­i­nally set in the

ANorth East in the early years of this cen­tury, but has been lightly mod­i­fied to bring it up to date, and set some­where in Hert­ford­shire.

Rob Far­row has di­rected the play and his cast in­cludes Regina Dobbs, Jenny Booth, Lind­say Stafford-Smith and Mike Code.

If you like your plays deep, com­pli­cated and thought-pro­vok­ing – then this isn’t the play for you!

Al­ter­na­tively, if you just want a good laugh at the very un­sub­tle an­tics of three old ladies be­hav­ing badly – then it will be right up your street. When age­ing clean­ing ladies Elise, Gla­dys and Olive are threat­ened with re­dun­dancy by their odi­ous young man­ager, Dave, they hit on the idea of making some quick money by run­ning a sex line from the com­pany of­fices.

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