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Stinchcombe Village Hall and Air in G present 

The Foundry Group’s production of

Gilbert (No Sullivan)

Saturday, 25 February, 7.30 pm

 

To “christen” the new stage, the Village Hall is presenting a touring theatre production, Gilbert (No Sullivan), on Saturday 25th February.

S. Gilbert was a renowned playwright and master of comic verse. Long before he met Sullivan, he wrote stories—absurd, outrageous, hilarious stories. The Foundry Group has adapted three of his funniest tales (and two of his best-loved comic ballads) for this side-splitting, ‘family friendly’, new show.

 

Tickets include a ploughman’s supper.  Teas, coffees, soft drinks etc. will be on sale. Bring your own beer and wine for a £1 corkage fee.

 

Tickets cost £12.50 for adults and £9.50 for children 8-16 years of age.  All tickets must be purchased in advance, by Wednesday 22nd February, from Nola Bradley (544611, nolabradley@hotmail.com) or any other member of the Village Hall Committee.

Come along to enjoy a great night out at the new, improved Hall.

P.S.  Don’t forget our next Quiz Night on Friday, 7 April, 7.30 pm.  Tickets also from Nola.

 

“A hilarious evening of fun…one can see where modern performers like Tommy Cooper and Tony Hancock got their inspiration.” – Paul Towers, Western Park Gazette

“Hilarious….marvellously interpreted…a very clever show from two enormously talented and very funny actors.”- Louise Schweitzer, Brighton Argus

“Fast and beautifully timed…. had the audience in fits of laughter. A very enjoyable evening.” – Deirdre Kincaid, Savoynet

A rollicking adaptation of outrageous, absurd and hilarious stories and ballads by the master of ‘Topsy-Turvydom’ Sir W. S. Gilbert, brought lovingly to the stage by The Ornate Johnsons’ David Mounfield and Brian Mitchell.