Cliddesden Millennium Village Hall

THE CLIDDESDEN PLAYERS PRESENT THEIR SPRING/EARLY SUMMER PLAY

A Hall Management Trustees amateur production.

 

TIPTOE THROUGH THE TOMBSTONES

by Norman Robbins

 

What:

It's 1998 and 20 years have passed since the monumental events at Monument House set out in "A Tomb with a View". This sequel relates the follow up to the Tomb family saga for the new generation and introduces some strange characters. Why is the Clown driving through the night in his costume? Are the agency cleaning staff really as they seem? Is the family solicitor setting up something of benefit for the family - or for himself and his Secretary? This play is described as a spoof on the Murder Mystery genre exemplified by Agatha Christie - “The Moustrap”: Hercule Poirot etc. It keeps you, the audience, amused in all senses of the word, as the labyrinthine plot unfolds leading to the final seconds which reveal

"whodunnit";



Come along and find out who did !

Where:

Cliddesden Millennium Village Hall

refreshments

Bar and also light refreshments in the Interval

PLUS: a BBQ on Saturday only at 6.00 pm (last serving 7.15)

Cost:

Tickets Friday and Saturday Performance only - Adults £7, & Concessions and under 16 - £5   

Saturday Performance PLUS BBQ - Adults £10 and Concessions and under 16 £8.

Other refreshments (Bar & light refreshments) - as appropriate.

Contact:

Angie Fewster on 01256 475848 or Godfrey Thomas on 01256 468369

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