Double bill of comedy

PUBLISHED: 19:00 11 May 2011

(click on image for larger view) Wrington Memorial Hall, Dress rehearsal Wrington Drama Club one act comedy, 'Last Panto in Little Grimley'. Peter Langley, Peter Jones, Margaret Morris and Pat Milne.

(click on image for larger view) Wrington Memorial Hall, Dress rehearsal Wrington Drama Club one act comedy, 'Last Panto in Little Grimley'. Peter Langley, Peter Jones, Margaret Morris and Pat Milne.

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WRINGTON Drama Club has chosen two different but equally funny scripts when it performs a double bill of one-act plays.

The group will be staging the David Tristram plays for its spring production next week.

Last Panto in Little Grimley is a hilarious sequel to his popular Last Tango, as the four members of the local amateur dramatic society stage their next show which, of course, doesn’t quite go as planned.

This is combined with The Extraordinary Revelations of Orca the Goldfish, which has an intriguing title that hides a poignant comedy about the fantasies of a middle-aged couple. This requires the actors to swap between an assortment of characters as the secrets unfold and as the plot evolves, fantasy turns to reality.

The performances will take place in Wrington Memorial Hall in Silver Street from May 18-21 at 7.30pm.

Tickets, priced £5-8, are available from Amors Store in Broad Street or from Steve Osman by emailing osmansteve@yahoo.co.uk

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