The Killing of Sister George

By Frank Marcus

Foul-mouthed. Foul-tempered. But does she deserve to die?

Wed 6 Jul - Sat 9 Jul 2022

Performances Nightly at 7.45pm and Saturday Matinee 2.30pm

Tickets  £15 plus fee  Members tickets £12 plus fee - why not join us

This production is in our Studio Theatre with unallocated seating. Sorry but late comers cannot be admitted.

June and Alice live a double life as ‘respectable’ lady companions soaking up the cultural delights on offer in central London, living as they do less than a mile from the West End and theatreland, taking their particular shared pleasure in the ballet. Perched in their top floor Devonshire Street flat, they are also perfectly placed to enjoy the demi-monde lifestyle of discreet gay pubs and clubs. It’s a life that seems to suit them both.

Then June (Sister George) has to ruin it.......

Considered by many to be dark and ending tragically, there are sufficient clues in the script of The Killing of Sister George to arrive at a different impression. There are plenty of laughs and it is for the audience to decide whether the play ends sadly or happily and for whom.

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd. 


Hampton Hill Theatre
90 High Street
Hampton Hill
TW12 1NZ