Calling all drama fans who would like to experience becoming part of a glittering set of 1930s socialites over the next two months.

Windsor Theatre Guild needs two actors to play roles in their forthcoming production of Terence Rattigan's 1939 play After the Dance.

The play is set on the eve of the Second World War and follows the fortunes of a group of feckless, fun loving people who lived life to the full in the 1920s but are now drifting into aimless middle age exitences dominated by drink and sex.

The first part that need filling is that of a young man called Peter Scott-Fowler who becomes involved with this set after getting a job as secretary to an ageing and aimless writer called David, who is a distant relative.

The second, smaller role is Cyril, a fun loving, rather dense man who yearns to become part of the social scene and is the 'toy boy' of dizzy Julia.

Peter is a serious minded young man, increasingly shocked by the behaviour of his relative's and his friends' behaviour. While Cyril is too dumb to see beyond the glitz and glitter.

The play is one of the lesser known works of the Rattigan, who is most famous for writing the Deep Blue Sea, Separate Tables and The Winslow Boy.

It is being performed at the Guildhall, Windsor between November 19 and 23 with rehearsals being held every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Braywood School in Oakley Green Road, Oakley Green until then.

Anyone interested in taking either of these parts is invited to contact the director Adrian Tang on