Spanish culture, secrets and squash in comedy shows

PUBLISHED: 11:00 27 June 2013

Frances Mangan and Cally Williams in Tea and DFC!

Frances Mangan and Cally Williams in Tea and DFC!

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SECRETS and Spanish dancers are part of three one act plays which will be performed in Weston this weekend.

Ros Francombe from Senoras De La Dance and Jake Chew in Lunacy Gone Mad!Ros Francombe from Senoras De La Dance and Jake Chew in Lunacy Gone Mad!

The Grove Park Players will be performing in shows Lunacy Gone Mad, Senoras de la Danza and Tea and DFC.

Lunacy Gone Mad concerns a grandson and grandad who discuss the wrongs in the world after a game of squash while secrets are revealed in a visit from social services to an old woman in Tea and DFC.

The audience will also be treated to some Spanish culture in Senoras de la Danza.

The comedies will be at the Theatre in the Hut, in Milton Avenue, tomorrow (Fri) and Saturday at 8pm.

Tickets, priced £7, are available from the box office on 01934 515778.

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