A British farce – this Thur/Fri Sat

The Bramrocks’ latest play is a British farce set in a vicarage in the 1960s.  According to the publisher’s reviews there is ‘never a dull moment’, it is ‘fast  paced and entertaining, and laugh out loud funny’.  Some sneak previews of the current production indicate that this is likely to be recreated here, on our doorsteps in the Margaret Mack room at Rockland St Mary this coming Thursday,  Friday and Saturday  (11th, 12th and 13th May 2017) at 7.30pm.  Tickets £6 from Rockland shop.  Bar available, and ice creams in the interval.

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