Anglian Players bring farcical comedy ‘Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist’ to March Community Centre

PUBLISHED: 07:05 18 October 2017

Anglian Players rehearsing farcical comedy ‘Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist’ to March Community Centre

Anglian Players rehearsing 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.

Anglian Players bring farcical comedy ‘Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist’ to March Community CentreAnglian Players bring farcical comedy ‘Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist’ to March Community Centre

‘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.

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.

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.


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