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Bracknell News and Reading Chronicle

"Following last year's success, nearly 40 plays were submitted for consideration by Theatre 64 before the four presented last week were selected

In 'Spasm', by Peter Rolls, the Nanny State introduces compulsory poetry courses for everyone, delivered by the army (who else?). This item ran out of steam at its abrupt ending.

Bett Hobbs' black-humoured whodunnit, 'Everything Happens For The Best', asked did the deceased's car get tampered with prior to his fatal accident? Was it his mistress, her doctor husband (who was having an affair with the widow), a lovesick friend or simply a case of 'cherchez la femme'?

'No Man's Land' (by Mike Hills) was a thought-provoking tale of life in the trenches during World War I. Where does conflict end and captivity begin?

Jean Kanssen's one-woman play 'The Silent Cry' dealt with the dilemmas faced by those whose partners are on a life support system.

"It added up to a thoroughly enjoyable evening's theatre."