Morden Players give taste of village life

PUBLISHED: 19:17 28 May 2008 | UPDATED: 15:46 11 May 2010

THE MORDEN players will be serving audiences a slice of traditional village life when they perform their latest production, The Village Hall. John Bartlett s three-act play gives an overview of life surrounding a village hall. The first act sees a jumble

THE MORDEN players will be serving audiences a slice of traditional village life when they perform their latest production, The Village Hall.

John Bartlett's three-act play gives an overview of life surrounding a village hall.

The first act sees a jumble sale taking place, the second depicts an amateur dramatic society rehearsal, while the third is entitled 'Ging Gang Gooli'.

Bob Gilbert, president of the Morden players, said: "This production has been chosen because of the format, which is that the three acts, each of which can stand alone as a one-act play, are in fact linked as a whole."

The play has been produced in conjunction with two other theatre groups - the Ashwell Theatre Club and the Litlington Amateur Dramatic Society.

Performances are taking place tomorrow (Friday) at Ashwell Village Hall, Friday, June 6, at Litlington Village Hall, and Saturday, June 7, at Steeple Morden Village Hall.

All performances start at 7.45pm.

Tickets are £5, and can be purchased from Ashwell, Steeple Morden, and Litlington post offices.


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