Join Arts Richmond for the final of their Radio Plays Competition in memory of Twickenham actor Colin Skipp. Colin played the beloved farmer, Tony Archer, for 46 years.
The afternoon will be hosted by Nancy Baldwin and LBRUT Mayor, Cllr Geoff Acton in the Mayor’s Parlour. Joining the finalists are special guests who include the Skipp family and Buffy Davis who plays Jolene Archer in the UK’s longest running radio drama.
The four finalists, Anna Burns, Pat Cammish, Annie and Carolyn Pertwee Morris will present their pre-recorded plays and the winner will be presented with a cup and £100 prize by the Skipp family. This will be a free live stream event, however donations will be welcome to support Arts Richmond and its local projects. The event takes place on Sunday 7 November at 3pm.