A SET of three playlets -- all with the same star -- are being performed at the Little Theatre, Colne, this week as part of Colne Dramatic Society's 75th anniversary season.

Andrew Greenwood plays all three leading roles -- husband, playboy and father -- in the trio of one-act plays 'Plaza Suite,' all set in the smart New York hotel.

In the first-act, a middle-aged couple try to revisit their honeymoon utopia, with confused results, while in the second act, a naive young housewife is reunited with her old high-school flame, now a successful Hollywood producer.

The final act features an expensive society wedding with typically frayed nerves and hysterical relatives. When the bride locks herself in the bathroom and refuses to come out, her parents are desperate to get her to the altar on time.

Beverly McClelland, Arthur Chadwick and Alan Watson have each produced one act. The plays are best known for the late Walter Matthau's film version.

The show opened yesterday and runs until Saturday from 7.30pm. Tickets are £3.50 or £4 and available by calling the theatre answerphone on 01282 861424.