‘Bats’: Make the most of a summer’s evening with Javea Players’ production

Make the most of a summer's evening with Javea Players' production 'Bats'

Make the most of a summer's evening with Javea Players' production 'Bats'. Image: Phil Mansell

Javea Players are offering a full evening of entertainment with an outdoor meal followed by the original play Bats, sure to be a winning combination on a warm summer’s night.

What better way to spend a relaxing summer evening than in the beautiful pueblo of Javea? Javea Players continue their annual winning formula of an al fresco meal followed by a short, amusing play.

The meal at 7pm is at the popular Bar Imperial, which offers tasty tapas for the theatre-goers – with beverages included in the price, of course. From there it’s a few steps to the Casa Cultural for a comedy called Bats.

Written by the Players’ resident prolific playwright, Phil Mansell, the antics entail a hapless husband who is awaiting the Council’s bat exterminator, having discovered a colony of winged creatures in his attic. As luck would have it, a number of people knock on the door, each of whom he presumes is the bat man, and comedic misunderstandings ensue. Don’t miss Phil’s latest play – he has a very quirky sense of humour!

Bats will be performed from June 29 – July 5 [excluding Sunday]. Supper at Bar Imperial is at 7pm, followed by Bats in the Casa de Cultura at 9pm. Tickets cost €19.50 for the meal and show and are only available online. Masks are recommended in the theatre. For more information and to book, see www.javeaplayers.com.                  

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Tamsin Brown

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