See How They Run
By Philip King
By kind permission of Samuel French Ltd.
In the English country village of Merton cum Middlewick, as World War Two rages on, Rev Lionel Toop has battles of his own. Village busybody Miss Skillon already has it in for his wife, former actress Penelope, and the situation is made worse when she falsely believes she has witnessed a fight between the couple. Penelope's uncle, who happens to be a bishop, is visiting, and so, unexpectedly, is Clive, an actor friend currently in the forces. Adding to the inconvenience is a German P.O.W. from the nearby internment camp who has escaped and decided to take refuge in the vicarage. To say that chaos ensues is an understatement!
A frantic, hilarious farce with too many clergy and not enough trousers.
Performances are at our Studio from August 8th to 11th 2018 at 7:30pm.
Please reserve your tickets by contacting Margaret on 07421 056814.
Note: reservations are not confirmed as bookings until they are paid for.
Payments can be made by cash, cheque (made out to 'Dovercourt Theatre Group') or card at Cutaway, 10 West Street (roughly opposite Pieseas chippy), any day except Sunday or Thursday.
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