Feast of comedy in store from the Fradley Players

Fradley Players

Fradley Players

Fradley Players are set to offer their fans a feast of comedy as they combine two comedy plays with fish and chip suppers.

The performances take place from October 29-31 at Fradley Village Hall.

In director Clare Charlesworth’s version of David Tristram’s Last Tango in Little Grimley, the location is switched to Little Fradley. Following a comically chaotic build-up, to save her beloved am-dram group a respectable Fradley resident is forced to indulge in scandalous antics that the locals won’t be able to forget in a hurry.

Harassed local thespians are played by Brian Asbury, Gary Longden, Kathy Thorne and Pam Jepson.

Alan Richardson’s The Worst Day Of My Life is directed by Mavis Whitehead and performed by Mary Bennett, Jan Green, Tina Skews, Kevin Royal and Sue Royal.

Charlie’s day in hospital starts well, but when three female visitors arrive unexpectedly at the same time, his secret other lives are hilariously exposed.

Tickets, priced £10 and including the fish and chip supper, are available from Fradley Post Office.

The play starts at 7.30 pm, but the bar is open from 7pm. For further details contact Mavis Whitehead on 01283 792420.