|Written by by Derek Benfield
Andrew and Jane's
pleasant country house might well be described as accident-prone.
number of people have already died there in unfortunate and embarrassing
circumstances; but when their daughter's young man, Geoff, arrives for the
weekend he is unaware of the house's reputation and after a misunderstood
conversation gets the idea that the deaths are due to something more
When the local Vicar decides to visit for tea, Geoff feels it is
his duty to protect him at all costs. Meanwhile, after the discovery of two
more bodies, Jane and her sister-in-law persuade Andrew to keep up appearances
by hiding the evidence, with the use of their wheelbarrow!
After a day of
hectic mishaps Geoff is almost convinced that he has been mistaken, however the
unexpected arrival of his parents only add to his and everyone else's problems!
starts Wednesday 7th May through to Saturday 10th with the usual curtain up at
||There will be the
usual Licensed Bar, Full Disabled Facilities and Parking for over 80
(£4.50 concessions except Saturday).
S.J. Lewis Newsagents, The Square, Stock. "Choc o Box",
Holly Court, Billericay & cast members.
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