There’s an evening with a difference promised at Sedgeford Village Hall next week.
On Saturday, June 13,the next dramatic production being staged at the venue is entitled, Who Me?
And with an alternative format, the evening will take the theme of a supper theatre where the audience will be able to sit with friends at their own table and during the interval enjoy fish and chips and a complimentary glass of wine.
The play written by playwright Clive Read will be performed by The Revellers, an experienced Peterborough-based company which has been in existence since 1947.
Who Me?, is a mystery comedy and will leave the audience guessing until the very last moment!
Stanley Lincoln is a successful author and when an attractive girl deceives her way into his home one evening and then bombards him with facts about himself that only he can can know, he is somewhat concerned.
Aided by his agent and long-suffering wife, he tries to establish her identity and motive but finds himself even more enmeshed in unexplained events and visitations during the night.
Tickets are £15 and doors open at 7pm for curtain up at 7.30pm. Tickets can be reserved by calling on 01485 570097 or 579355