27-29 March 1969
Two one-act plays by different authors, making the playbill the wordiest in Players history. It would have been longer if we had added translators Helen and Harvey Granville-Baker.
The Kentish Times reviewer described the play by the Quintero brothers as “a welcome change from the normal run”, in which “a young lawyer from Madrid is ensnared by the women” of an Andalusian village.
The evening began with a short play by Gordon Daviot, set in wartime France, with a German corporal beguiled by a woman who pretends to be a collaborator while actually working for the Resistance. It seems that this play was added at a late stage to make up time.