Hutton Drama Club to perform comedy show

PUBLISHED: 12:46 20 June 2018 | UPDATED: 12:46 20 June 2018

Hutton Drama Group dress rehearsal for According To Schedule.

Hutton Drama Group dress rehearsal for According To Schedule.


Hutton Drama Club will perform a relaxed comedy play this week.

The group will present According To Schedule at the village hall in Main Road at 7.30pm tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday.

Audience members are encouraged to take their own drinks and nibbles which they can enjoy while seated around candle-lit tables.

The show itself is full of intriguing characters and hilarious plotlines.

A spokesman said: “A full-length farce which sees Nina keen to show off her fiancé to her sister Pippa and brother Roger.

“Sadly, Pippa finds him all too familiar, and his mobster parents aren’t much of a hit with the family either.

“Club members are this year directed by Dan Webber.

“This is Dan’s first time in charge and he has done the club proud.”

Tickets, priced £8, are available from 01934 709390, 07973 528022 or

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