The stage is set for yet another successful BATS production.
It was a popular television show in the 1990s and now The Vicar of Dibley is coming to the region.
Broadford Amateur Theatrical Society will soon bring the hilarious UK comedy hit to life on stage by its talented group of experienced actors.
All the favourite Dibley characters will be featured in a production guaranteed to provide a laugh a minute.
The script is by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew Archer (writers of Blackadder and Mr Bean), and has been adapted for the amateur stage by Julie West and Bryanne Jardine of the Murwillumbah Theatre Company, where it was performed with great success.
There will be five performances at Broadford shire hall over the last two weekends in October, including a Sunday matinee on October 20.
There will be both auditorium seating and tables, where the audience can bring along drinks and nibbles at each performance.
For further details phone BATS on 0457
Don’t miss this unique chance to see four episodes of The Vicar of Dibley live on stage in one show.
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