‘POST ROOM’ secretary Karen Love has a hidden secret. Unknown to her fellow workers, she has been hitting the high spots with the stars of the hit TV Sit-Com, ‘Benidorm’.
Due for release March next year, Karen just can’t wait to see herself on the silver screen mixing with professional “extras” and numerous top television personalities doing her stuff for the cameras as directed under the watchful eye of Director John Henderson and writer Derren Littlen and wonders what her co-workers will say when she is “premiered.”
When asked what personalities were in the cast and if there were any tantrums or juicy bits of showbiz gossip we could use, Karen said that she had signed a waiver form, stating she must not make public statements regarding any incidents or activities connected to the filming.
In reality, she was bursting to talk about her experiences and told us, “It was all very exciting especially when I was asked by the watching holiday maker’s in the crowds, to pose for photo’s and talk to them. I felt like a star.” Karen is now back at work in her “Post Room,” but the smell of the greasepaint was so deeply embedded in her alter-ego, at the first opportunity she hot-footed over to the local ADHOC Theatre Company, where she was welcomed with open arms and signed up for their next production.
Karen will now be appearing in the farce “Run for your Wife,” which is due to be staged in Los Montesinos at the Teatro de Musica on the 17/18th and19th of November.
I am assured by Director Debbie Payton that Karen will be available for signing autographs after every performance. Tickets at €8 are available from “Kennedy’s” in Los Montesinos, “Card Place” in Benimar, “Post Room” in Benijofar and the Theatre in Los Montesinos.