THE SUMMER sun will come to Lothersdale early this year thanks to Falling Stars Theatre.

The theatre company will visit the Village Hall to present their play The Last Resort on January 12.

The comedy explores a day in the life of a bustling northern seaside resort town.

Falling Stars, made up of professional actors and local amateurs, have been touring Clive Owen’s play around Craven for the past few months.

Falling Stars leader Beccy Durham said: “The Last Resort is an affectionate portrait of life in a contemporary British resort.

“It begins in the early morning with the dawn milk float and finishes on the cliffs high above the town.

“The piece weaves together the stories, attitudes and conflicts of a variety of characters from surfboard dudes to cynical pensioners.”

The Last Resort can be seen at Lothersdale Village Hall on Saturday January 12 and Skipton Little Theatre on Saturday, January 26, both at 7.30pm.

Call Beccy on 07816 269690 to book tickets.

A performance of The Last Resort in Ilkley was described by one member of the audience as an amazing show with smooth scene changes and an impressive cohesiveness.

The “gloriously enthusiastic” performances left the viewer royally entertained and laughing their socks off.

While continuing the tour, Falling Stars Theatre are writing and producing their own unique production to take to the Edinburgh Fringe festival this year.

Beccy said: “We are looking for local companies who might like to sponsor us for this performance. We would be very happy to offer our drama/performance skills in return.”