Two tell their tales on the train

CHURCHILL Productions, the Spetis­bury based theatre company, returns to Shillingstone Station on 15th September for the second of two weekends performing Jim Cartwright’s Two.

Two follows the company’s successful performances of Still Life, the Noel Coward playlet behind Brief Encounter, which was brought back to the evocative railway setting by popular demand.

Churchill now turns its attention to the clever, funny, poignant two hander Two, set in a Northern pub. Two actors – Jan Wyld and Alan Mash – play 14 diverse characters as various members of the local community pull up a stool and let us into their lives.

Written in 1989 but still relevant and recognisable today, Two takes the audience through a spectrum of human emotion, weaving a rich tapestry of life in a working-class town through intimate insights into the lives of the colourful pub regulars and the landlords, who have their own tale to hide.

The play will be performed on the train at Shillingstone, at 4.30 and 7.30 on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September.

For more information, visit the Churchill website,