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Tower Theatre Amateur Dramatic Company presents Chalet Lines by Lee Mattinson at the Bridewell Theatre, central London from 22-26 Jul 2014.
The play originally opened at the Bush Theatre in 2012 and traces one family across five decades of weddings, hen-dos and birthdays. Mattinson's other plays include Snap (Young Vic), Gary Lineker is Gay, No Wire Hangers (Soho Theatre) and Crocodiles (Royal Exchange).
Chalet Lines is set in Butlin's, Skegness, and explores the lives and hopes of four generations of women as they bicker, drink and dream over the decades. The drama takes a look at one family of fiercely independent, but mutually reliant, women and the events which bring people together and the acts which tear them apart.
The Tower Theatre Company are the only full-time, non-professional company in central London and stages up to 18 productions a year. They were founded in 1932 and have over 700 members who "get involved for the sheer love of it".