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After Hercules, it’s a ghostly tale and a showcase on the same bill in Letchworth

PUBLISHED: 06:54 03 March 2016

The latest SPADS production offers an evening of two halves

The latest SPADS production offers an evening of two halves


The team at Letchworth arts and performance group SPADS are back in action from tonight, following their smash hit seasonal show Hercules with something a little different.

The show at St Paul’s Church in Pixmore Way, which runs until Saturday, is billed as a mixed bag of entertainment.

First up is Fate’s Thread, a ghostly one-act comedy drama by Stephen Bean.

And that will be followed by a showcase pot pourri of comedy, dance and song featuring the group’s younger members.

Doors open at 7.15pm for this table seating show, with curtain up at 7.45pm each evening.

Tickets are £9, to book call 0845 6522478 or visit

The group has been producing one-act plays, full-length dramas,variety shows and pantomimes since 1937, with three productions a year. If you’d like to know more about becoming a member, you can find more information online at


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