AWT Production Meeting

Edenbridge based Another Way Theatre are delighted to be bring theatre back to local audiences at the fabulous Arts & Social Centre in Chiddingstone Causeway.  A new play ‘BETWEEN FRIENDS’ written by Carolyn Pertwee (Jon Pertwee’s niece) and Rosalind Adler will be performed at The Causeway Hall, Chiddingstone on Saturday 24th July (2.30pm & 7.30pm) and Sunday 25th July 2021 (5pm) with a bar provided by The Causeway Hall committee volunteers.

BETWEEN FRIENDS is set against a backdrop of terrorism, climate change and the onset of a deadly virus, but it is in a rural kitchen that the real drama unfolds.  Helen (Nicky Chambers) married to broadcast journalist Paul (Chris Chambers) is surprised by an unexpected visit from an old friend Laura (Sarah Diamond) turning up in her kitchen one afternoon, unannounced, with some dramatic personal revelations.  The hidden past comes to light and threatens all their futures.  A true kitchen-sink soap opera on your doorstep.

“Funny, touching, beautifully observed, with a brilliant twist at the end of every scene… a constantly surprising roller coaster.”  Giles Brandreth

Professional actors, Chris & Nicky Chambers, set up Another Way Theatre in 2010 to produce and tour thought-provoking theatre into local communities, to educate and inspire.  Regular performers at The Caterham Festival, winning the Best of Fest award, in June 2020 their tour of ‘Jane Eyre’ to The Minack Theatre, Cornwall was postponed due to COVID, but will be presented in June 2022.  Previous Minack tours include Hamlet, The Seagull and Antony & Cleopatra. 

AWT’s small production team is made up of exceptional young talent – Alistair Lindsay (Production Manager and Lighting Designer – currently producing Unusual Theatre Co’s ‘Three Little Pigs’ at Godstone Farm); Louise Harter (Brit School trained Stage Manager) and Jill ‘Wiggy’ Wilson (Prolific set designer from Limpsfield) who has surpassed herself yet again with ingenious creativity designing ‘BETWEEN FRIENDS’ for AWT.

Government COVID guidelines will be in place, so BOOK SOON as we may have to restrict our audience numbers.  Tickets are available to book online at

Collage of previous productions