A Fete Worse Than Death - Anglian Players look forward to curtain up on latest production
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Comedy and murder are the ingredients for the latest production by the March-based Anglian Players.
The curtain goes up on the latest play - A Fete Worse Than Death - on Thursday (May 14).
Actor Ray Martin is opening the village fete, playing on his fame as TV’s Inspector Brady but little does he know that ambition, infidelity and envy will lead to murder and he’ll be left to solve it without a script.
Written by Richard James the play is a comedy of village life inspired by an annual holiday in Norfolk.
The show is being performed nightly at 7.30pm from Thursday to Saturday (May 16) at the Community Education centre in Station Road, March.
Tickets are £8 (£7 concessions) and are available now from The Pet Shop in Station Road or on the door.
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