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This Week Is Play Week at The Parish Hall

Remember to buy your tickets for the Drama Club production this week.


It promises to be a lot of fun!

No rise in ticket prices, plus 3 Plays for the price of one

Tickets from Christine Andersen or reserve your tickets here.

https://www.ridingmilldramaclub.com/contact-us


The Crimson Cocoanut

By Ian Hay Beith

An Absurdity in One Act

"The Crimson Cocoanut," first published in 1913, is set in a Soho café. The farce includes Russian spies, a policeman from Scotland Yard's CID, two love affairs, a bemused waiter and a device set to explode at any second.

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Two in Torquay,

By Alan Bennett.

A man and a woman, both middle-aged, engage in polite conversation in a Torquay hotel.

But neither is quite what they seem to be. Who is deceiving whom?

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A Little Box Of Oblivion

By Stephen Bean

The play is set in a park in the inner city. It begins with a box being left on a bench with instructions not to move, tilt, knock or open it. A series of motley characters then begin to arrive each with a theory about the contents of the box!



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