Studio32, such devoted sisters

Such devoted sisters
Studio32, such devoted sisters

THE weeks are counting down now to Studio32’s winter show and rehearsals are in full swing. This talented company will be performing a wonderful stage adaptation of that Christmas film favourite, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas and supporting San Fulgencio Alzheimer’s Association in the process.

The Haynes sisters, Judy and Betty (played by Suzy Bradley, pictured left, and Ann Bell, pictured right) are a double act looking for their big break. The opportunity seems to be upon them when they meet show producers Bob Wallace and Phil Davies, who have come to watch them perform their act, Sisters . As romance blossoms between Phil and Judy the road is not quite so smooth for Bob and Betty. Will a White Christmas in Vermont bring love to both of the sisters?

This is Suzy’s second show with Studio32, and her first in a major principal role. A trained dancer, Suzy loves the demands of singing, dancing and acting that the role requires.

Ann has been with the company for several years, taking on a number of roles including Mrs Scrooge in their winter production of A Christmas Carol last year. This is her biggest role to date, and both actresses are working hard to become, in the words of the song, such devoted sisters.

Show dates are Wednesday November 29 to Saturday December 2 at the Cardenal Belluga Theatre in San Fulgencio. All performances start at 7.30pm, and doors open at 7pm. Reserved seating tickets are now on sale, priced at 10 euros each.

Tickets can be booked by emailing, by calling the ticket line on 602 47 47 93, or from the following outlets:


Cards & More, La Marina                            966 79 09 54

The Card Place, Benijofar                          966 71 32 66

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