Bleadon Players put on Four Weddings and an Elvis

PUBLISHED: 20:00 23 May 2018

Bleadon Players dress reheasal of Four Weddings and a Elvis. Bleadon Coronation Hall.

Bleadon Players dress reheasal of Four Weddings and a Elvis. Bleadon Coronation Hall.

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It will feel like Las Vegas has arrived in North Somerset this week when the Bleadon Players put on their latest show.

Bleadon Players dress reheasal of Four Weddings and a Elvis. Bleadon Coronation Hall.Bleadon Players dress reheasal of Four Weddings and a Elvis. Bleadon Coronation Hall.

Four Weddings And An Elvis will see the drama group entertain the village Elvis style.

The fun will begin as soon as the doors open when the players will entertain guests with jokes and magic tricks.

The curtain will then rise and the first vignette from Nancy Frick’s feelgood comedy will start to unfold.

Sandy’s Chapel Of Love, a small, rather tacky wedding chapel in Vegas, is open for business and the proprietor Sandy, played by Linda Allchurch, has experience several matrimonial false starts in her life but still helps couples take the big leap to wedded bliss.

Bleadon Players dress reheasal of Four Weddings and a Elvis. Bleadon Coronation Hall.Bleadon Players dress reheasal of Four Weddings and a Elvis. Bleadon Coronation Hall.

Four Weddings And An Elvis will be at the Coronation Hall, in Coronation Road, from tomorrow (Thursday) until Saturday at 7.30pm.

Tickets, priced £8, are available on the door or from www.ticketsource.co.uk/bleadon-players


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