Anglian Players bring farcical comedy ‘Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist’ to March Community Centre
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Following the success of The Anglian Players entertaining and colourful production of ‘Allo ‘Allo last March, rehearsals are well underway for their next show.
‘Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist’, by Ann Gawthorpe and Lesley Bown, is a fast-paced farcical comedy of mistaken identities and misunderstandings.
The action takes place in a country vicarage in 1993, the first year that women priests were ordained.
Church warden George has secretly hired out the vicarage to a theatrical group for a murder mystery weekend.
Mayhem ensues as he tries to conceal what is happening from the new female vicar, a visiting bishop, and guests who think they have booked a quiet weekend in the country.
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The three main roles are being played by Alan Hooks, Damien O’Donovan and Alison Fox, who performed in ‘Allo ‘Allo.
Directed by Alison Fox, ‘Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist’ promises a riot of comedy which is sure to delight audiences.
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Performances will be at March Community Centre, Station Road, on Thursday 23, Friday 24 and Saturday 25 November, starting at 7.30pm.
There is also a matinee performance at 2.30pm on Saturday November 25.
Tickets are £8 or £7 for concessions and will be on sale from Monday November 6, and available from The Pet Shop, Station Road, March.