by Richard Everett
Saturday 14 to Saturday 21 March at 7.30 pm
Following the death of her husband, Bardolph, Grace now has the freedom to do and say what she wants. Why? Because after over forty years of marriage to a clergyman, she now no longer has to force a smile, hold her tongue or pour cups of tea. But she does have to leave the vicarage that has been her home for many years and with this move some intriguing family revelations emerge.
This bitter-sweet comedy highlights many questions relating to marriage, families and (delicately) religion with probing wit and irony – issues that are familiar to us all.
Directed by Margaret Bennett
All tickets are £8.50 with concession price of £7.00 for seniors, students and unemployed on first Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings only. Admin charges apply to online and postal bookings.