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Forthcoming Productions and Events
Our next production is the third installment of the ever popular Vicar of Dibley - The Holy Trinity.
We are reprising our 2010 production of 'Allo 'Allo at the Petersfield Festival Hall from 9th to 11th June. This is the stage version of the hilarious BBC TV series of the same name, set in France during the second world war. Click here to find out more about the show and buy your tickets.
As Hilary Westbrook, John's widow, could not attend any of the Acorn Antiques performances due to prior commitments, she delegated the nomination of the John Westbrook Award for 2015 to Val Sykes. Val chose to award the trophy to Mandy Clowes, saying: 'When there are not so many people on stage, each member of the supporting cast is clearly visible and it is extra important to give it everything. Mandy was always fully involved om each scene she was in, acting and reacting to others very well. I loved the three backing "beehive" singers number and she was clearly really enjoying it,'
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The Vicar of Dibley - The
Friday 29th and Saturday
Following our successful productions of
The Vicar of Dibley and
The Vicar of Dibley - The Second
Coming, we now present the
third play in the series: The
Vicar of Dibley - The Holy Trinity.
The story continues with the christening of Hugo and Alice’s baby and is it possible that love is in the air for vicar Geraldine? But the village of Dibley is facing a crisis and the very future of this picture postcard settlement is in question. Can the loony villagers rally round and save their homes?
This stage play was adapted from the original TV series written by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer, by Milton Keynes Theatre Of Comedy’s Steve Clark and David Lovesy. It is being performed by kind permission of Richard Curtis and Tiger Aspect Productions and supporting Comic Relief.
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