Are There More of You?

Are There More of You
SITTING PRETTY: Alison Skilbeck Photo credit Lara Platman

DO you remember Tim Hardy who performed ‘The Trials of Galileo’ a few years ago for Javea Players? Now his talented wife, Alison, is coming to the Studio for a week.

In her own one-woman comedy drama Alison Skilbeck, who has appeared in ‘The Archers’, ‘Sherlock Holmes’, ‘Miss Marple’and‘Doctor Who’, tells the linked tales of four women reaching out in the dark, revealing what lies behind the brave faces of Claire, Sophia, Sara and Sam.

There’s flesh and blood, anger, resignation and retaliation. It’s scary and hilarious by turn as the different characters search for love and happiness, with only a SW postcode in common.

Words alone do not adequately describe this entertaining play, but it’s basically four monologues about four losers who become winners. There’s the diplomat’s wife with post-divorce depression, an Italian with an annoying mother, a spirit weaver who can unravel a psychological problem with the motion of her hands and a regional manager with a drink problem.

SW11 will never be the same again!

This theatrical tour de force is perfect in a small theatre and afterwards Alison will chat with the audience and answer questions.
“Brilliantly observed, richly comic characters, all played in painful perfection” – Alan Ayckbourn.

BOOK NOW –‘Are There More of You?’will be performed by Alison from Monday January 22 – Saturday January 27 at 8.00pm each evening at Javea Players’ Studio Theatre.
Tickets cost €12 and can be purchased via
For more information or assistance, get in touch – 620 412 384 /

La Cocina Javea will open specially to offer a pre-theatre dinner from 6.00pm each night. Two-course menu for 16€ or three-course menu for 19€, both with ½ bottle of wine per person. Check out and call 965 795 140 to book.

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