Shipham Showtime

PUBLISHED: 08:57 03 October 2017 | UPDATED: 08:57 03 October 2017

Some of the cast from Shipham Showtime.

Some of the cast from Shipham Showtime.

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Comedy sketches will leave people in fits of laughter during a night with the Shipham Players.

The amateur dramatics society and the Shipham Hall Trust are putting on another popular revue at the village hall, in New Road, from October 6-7.

Shipham Showtime will incorporate comedy sketches, music and visual humour.

Audiences will be able to see some familiar faces gracing the stage in numerous guises.

The revue will also include performances from some of the younger members who will be participating in sketches and songs.

The show is being directed by Daniel Jeffery and a supper will also be served by Sally Hansford and her team before the entertainment begins.

Shipham Showtimes starts at 7pm and tickets, priced £15, are on sale from Hansford’s, in The Square.

The performance is being held to raise money for Shipham Village Hall.

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