The Titfield branch line is losing money and British Rail is intent on closing it down. The villagers decide to take charge and run it themselves. As well as convincing the railway authorities that they are competent they have to face problems with Vernon Crump (Mike Piller) and his competing bus service. The cast also includes Angie James, Roland Boorman, Jenny Humphries, Sue Shephard, Martin Adams, Andrea Lowe, Phil Armstrong and Lee Powney. To cap it all there is also a cameo stage debut for backstage boy David Heathcote.
Seaford Little Theatre, the company, has been in existence since 1945 and their home, The Little Theatre, was opened in 1957 after a concerted effort by members and local people to raise the funds. The company now put on four plays a year and have a 98-seat auditorium with a hearing loop and disabled facilities.
The Little Theatre, Fri 15th to Sat 23rd Feb, 19:45, £8.
Matinee, Sat 16th Feb, 14:30, £7.
Tickets available (from 25th Jan onwards) in person at Sussex Eyecare Ltd, 9 Broad Street, Seaford.