‘TOP QUALITY ENTERTAINMENT… A GOOD NIGHT OUT… THE BEST EVENTS COMING TO A SPACE NEAR YOU.’ THE GUARDIAN Hello. The Shindig Rural & Community Touring Network Worcestershire helps voluntary promoter groups bring rural communities together to enjoy high-quality, entertaining and affordable professional live theatre, music, dance and family shows at a wide range of community venues, from village halls, to churches, to schools. Tickets are sold locally. For show information, ticket prices and to book, please call the local promoter directly on the telephone number below each show listing. Ticket prices range from £5 - £15. Many of the shows featured are suitable for family audiences and age recommendations are provided for guidance.
AT A GLANCE: WHAT'S ON WORCESTERSHIRE JAN - MAY 2018
JANUARY DATE Fri 19
Fri 26 Sat 27 Sun 28
Church Lench Cowleigh Wyre Piddle
SHOW / PERFORMER Kel Elliott & Her Three Man Orchestra Mister Keith Peacock Angell Trio Dreaming the Night Field
SHOW / PERFORMER Little Red Robin Hood Noble Jacks Roberts & Lakeman The Thing That Came From Over There! Noble Jacks Noble Jacks The Carrivick Sisters The Thing That Came From Over There! Don Kipper A Fistful of Spookies Think of England
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SHOW / PERFORMER Son Yambu Think of England Finding Nana Mummy Monster Mumbo-Jumbo Here I Belong Tantz Here I Belong Here I Belong
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FEBRUARY DATE Thu 01 Sat 03 Sat 03 Thu 08
COMMUNITY Chaddesley Corbett Bockleton Redditch Worcester
Fri 09 Sat 10 Sun 11 Sun 11
Pershore Welland Clows Top Feckenham
Fri 16 Worcester Sat 24 Clent Wed 28 Bishampton
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MARCH Disability access. All venues have a commitment to access for disabled people; many have full access and a range of facilities, and others are working towards this goal. For venue and access information, please visit: liveandlocal.org.uk All brochure details are correct at the time of going to print, but please check the website for any changes. Please note that provision of refreshments varies between venues and some may be unable to serve alcohol. Please check bar/catering facilities when booking tickets.
DATE Thu 01 Fri 02 Fri 09 Sat 10 Sat 10 Tue 13 Fri 16 Fri 16 Sun 18
COMMUNITY Cowleigh Heightington Tenbury Wells Fairfield Stoke Bliss Bewdley Worcester Hartlebury Wyre Piddle
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Shindig Rural & Community Touring Network Worcestershire is co-ordinated by Live & Local Ltd., is supported using public funding by Arts Council England and Worcestershire local authorities, and is made possible by the support of local voluntary promoter groups.
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COMMUNITY Worcester Wyre Piddle Ombersley Fairfield
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Crossway Green Ashton under Hill
SHOW / PERFORMER Tŷhai: Indo Celtic Trio Amy Johnson Sarah Moule Wind in the Willows: A Folk Opera Sarah Moule Mumbo-Jumbo Amy Johnson Kel Elliott & Her Three Man Orchestra Tongue Tied & Twisted The Busquitos
Sat 14 Fri 20 Sat 21 Sat 21
Rous Lench Worcester Bishampton Feckenham
Thu 26 Sat 28
COMMUNITY Church Lench Heightington Bretforton Clows Top
SHOW / PERFORMER The King Lear Sheesham and Lotus & 'Son Hannah James' JigDoll The Ministry of Biscuits
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KEL ELLIOTT & HER THREE MAN ORCHESTRA TRUTH & TALL TALES
A PARLOUR CONCERT WITH MISTER KEITH
As seen at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival BBC Introducing stage, with Jamie Cullum and Jo Whiley.
A splendid evening of gently quirky, expertly crafted songs – think Ray Davies, Squeeze – stories and humour by the self-professed originator of 'Victorian Pop'.
Uplifting, genre-leaping songs from a rousing quartet led by a sassy double-bass playing singer-songwriter with a rich and powerful voice. Quality live music by rising stars championed by Grammy award-winning jazz-pop artist Jamie Cullum. Everyone goes home happy.
With song styles varying from jaunty showground to slow lament, all carried forward by lilting melodies and warm, quintessentially English vocals, the bowler-hatted Mister Keith and his mini 'orchestra' of multi-instrumentalists invoke memories of times gone by. An intimate little gem*.
‘Brilliant.’ Madeleine Peyroux (BBC Jazz Awards Best International Artist)
BBC Introducing, Coventry & Warwickshire
BBC Radio Manchester Fri 19 Jan 8pm Wythall Community Club B47 6LZ
01564 822 238 Sat 21 Apr 7.30pm
* including specially blended tea drinking and interval Victorian table games.
Feckenham Village Hall B96 6HN
Fri 26 Jan 7.30pm
03336 663 366
Church Lench Village Hall WR11 4UE 01386 870 794
PEACOCK ANGELL TRIO IN CONCERT A superb set of wonderfully eclectic music coloured by country, blues, jazz and folk. The beautiful vocals and spirited fiddle of Ruth Angell – best-known as a member of Ashley Hutchings' Rainbow Chasers – are matched all the way by the dextrous guitar of Sid Peacock and Steve Tromans' thrilling piano. ★★★★ Financial Times
‘A storming set… mesmeric.’ BBC Music
ADVERSE CAMBER DREAMING THE NIGHT FIELD: A LEGEND OF WALES
GARLIC THEATRE LITTLE RED ROBIN HOOD
NOBLE JACKS IN CONCERT
'What big eyes you have… sheriff… sorry …grandma.'
By turns thrilling, funny, powerful and poetic, this mingling of epic bilingual storytelling and exquisitely haunting folk music casts a potent spell. Vividly evoking the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogion – a treasured medieval Welsh mythology which also inspired Alan Garner's modern classic The Owl Service – this is an electrifying show. Splendid entertainment.
With great charm, enormous wit and a good deal of slapstick glove puppet inventiveness, two familiar tales are interwoven in a fast and funny show for family audiences. A brave Robin Hood goes on a quest to find the missing Little Red Riding Hood, helped by a kind bunny rabbit and hindered by a whacky old wolf who looks more than a little like the Sheriff of Nottingham. Truly funny and captivating, Little Red Robin Hood is rather marvellous.
This rip-roaring alt-folk band brings a roof raising energy to its live shows, imbuing its heartfelt, anthemic songs with feelgood folky footstompin' rhythms and vivid lyricism. Exhilarating to hear.
‘Mesmerising.’ Sunday Times
‘Absolutely amazing… scintillating.’
‘A magical experience.’
Sat 27 Jan 7.30pm
Sun 28 Jan 6.30pm
St Peter's Church, Cowleigh, Malvern WR14 1QP
Piesse of Piddle Hotel/Bar, Wyre Piddle WR10 2JB
01684 893 858
01386 550 136
‘I loved the play. I want to be the wolf because I am always very, very hungry.’ Tom (6) Ages: 3-8 Part of the Live & Local Launchpad CYP programme (firing the imagination of children and young people).
Thu 01 Feb 5.30pm Chaddesley Corbett Primary School, Lower Chaddesley DY10 4QN 01562 777 312
‘Upbeat live set... combines (the) catchy hooks of folk bands such as the Levellers with the foot stomping and fiddle shuffling of artists such as Seth Lakeman, along with earthy, warm and ambient vibes of The Eagles/Mumford and Sons.’ Brighton Argus Ages: 7+ Sat 03 Feb 7pm Bockleton Parish Hall WR15 8PX 01568 750 414 Fri 09 Feb 7.30pm Number 8 Arts Centre, Pershore WR10 1BG 01386 555 488 Sat 10 Feb 7pm St James' Church, Welland WR13 6LP 01684 310 522
KATHRYN ROBERTS & SEAN LAKEMAN IN CONCERT
GONZO MOOSE THE THING THAT CAME FROM OVER THERE!
BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Best Duo winners 2013 and 2016.
This critically acclaimed comedy-theatre trio delivers a crazy, enormously inventive and devilishly funny 1950's horror movie spoof. As Scott and Amundsen begin their 1912 race to the South Pole, the hapless explorer Captain Reginald Cranston Scottt investigates a crashed meteor, unaware of the ancient evil that awaits him. A night of shocks, blood-curdling terror, hilariously gruesome deaths and glorious, unadulterated, spine tingling silliness.
Long established as one of the UK folk scene's most rewardingly enduring partnerships, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman are 'songwriters par excellence' (fRoots Magazine), their music tuneful, intelligent and soulful. Here, Kathryn's powerful voice is matched against Sean's driving guitar on a set of impressive modern folk songs and heartfelt traditional numbers, switching from thoughtful ballads to stomping acoustic rock. Impressive and entertaining. ★★★★ The Telegraph ★★★★ The Guardian Ages: 7+
The Bridge Church, Headless Cross, Redditch B97 4JX 01527 542 281
BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award finalists 2010. 'Superb' (BBC Radio 2) uptempo pickin' and fiddlin' from the hugely talented Devonian twins Laura and Charlotte Carrivick, one of the UK's top young American bluegrass and old-time music acts. With swapped lead vocals, tight sibling harmonies, multi-instrumental virtuosity (fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar and dobro) and finely crafted songs, this is a 'simply breath-taking' (Americana UK) slab of good-time listening.
‘The Carrivick Sisters are pick of the crop.’
Chortle UK Comedy Guide
‘A show with a difference. An exuberant mash-up of improvisation, physical theatre, slapstick and satire.’ The Stage
Sat 03 Feb 7.30pm
THE CARRIVICK SISTERS IN CONCERT
‘Demonstrate rare instrumental and vocal superiority that puts their colleagues to shame.’ Maverick Magazine ★★★★
‘Formidable multi-instrumental skills and songwriting.’ Q Magazine Ages: 7+
Thu 08 Feb 7.30pm University of Worcester: St John's Campus, Worcester WR2 6AJ 01905 544 444
Sun 11 Feb 7.30pm Clows Top Victory Hall DY14 9HG 07788 604 542
Sun 11 Feb 7.30pm Feckenham Village Hall B96 6HN 07
03336 663 366
DON KIPPER IN CONCERT
A FISTFUL OF SPOOKIES IN CONCERT
This joyful, multi-lingual, multi award-winning seven-piece ensemble are remarkable young exponents of Jewish klezmer and traditional styles from Greece, Turkey and the Balkans, reflecting the cultural diversity and living traditions of their North East London home. Weaving virtuosic instrumentation, Dunja Botic's sumptuous and 'spectacular' (BBC Radio 3) vocals, and unbridled musical passion, their uptempo good-time shows are exquisitely freewheeling.
Glorious close harmony singing and plenty of swagger from this pint sized version of the world-wide cult hit male choir The Spooky Men's Chorale. They may come on like a novelty act – dressed in black, sporting impressively silly hats – but they are faultlessly skilful singers with a wild and wonderful blend of original works (the anthemic and very funny Don't Stand Between a Man and His Tool), charmingly quirky cover versions and exquisite traditional Georgian choral songs. One of the funniest bands ever; a hugely entertaining collision between beauty and stupidity, and hairiness.
‘Sure to send shivers down your spine.’ Songlines Magazine Ages: 7+ (Greece/Serbia/UK) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.
Fri 16 Feb 8pm Worcester Arts Workshop WR1 1UH 01905 25 053
‘Silly, thoughtful and in perfect harmony… (mixing) deadpan comedy with sophisticated a capella harmonies… the results are unexpected, charming and very funny.’
A rousing, thought-provoking immersive play of two young ladies travelling the country hosting tea dances for RAF fighter pilots during World War II, and of their real purpose; sending the men off to fight having experienced all of life's pleasures ('nudge, nudge, wink, wink, say no more'). ★★★★
‘Excavates women's stories with spirit and invention.’ The Guardian Ages: 12+ Produced in association with the Live & Local DART programme (developing artists for rural touring), and with Community Touring Network promoters in East and West Midlands. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Wed 28 Feb 7.30pm
SON YAMBU IN CONCERT All spicy rhythms, tight horns and vivacious stage presence, this intoxicating acoustic septet of new generation Cuban musicians feed the Latin soul with their red hot, truly sensational tropical Son. Straight from the streets of Santiago De Cuba, this is the irresistible, feel-good fusion of Spanish and African rhythms that gave rise to salsa – que suena la banda! ★★★★
‘The UK's very own Buena Vista Social Club… absolutely tremendous… extraordinary music.’ BBC Radio 3 ★★★★ Songlines Magazine ★★★★ Evening Standard ★★★★ Financial Times Ages: 5+ (Cuba) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.
Bishampton Village Hall WR10 2LY
01386 462 306
Thu 01 Mar 7.30pm
Fri 02 Mar 7.30pm
St Peter's Church, Cowleigh, Malvern WR14 1QP
Sat 24 Feb 8pm
ANONYMOUS IS A WOMAN THINK OF ENGLAND
Clent Parish Hall DY9 9QT
Heightington Village Hall DY12 2XU
01562 886 013
01299 822 987
01684 893 858
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Chaddesley Corbett •
Stourport-on-Severn • • Hartlebury Heightington • Crossway Green
Clows Top• Eastham• Tenbury Wells •St Michaels
•Shrawley Ombersley Droitwich Spa •
• Stoke Bliss & Kyre
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Bentley • Headless Cross• • Feckenham
Leigh Sinton • • Bransford
• Church Lench •Bishampton
Preston on Stour •
Upton upon Severn •Welland
• Barnt Green
•Ashton under Hill
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NEW PERSPECTIVES FINDING NANA This magical autobiographical one-woman show – from award winning writer Jane Upton – charts halcyon childhood summers in a seaside hotel, the unconditional love between a granddaughter and her Nana, and the desperate need to capture memories before they are lost. Flitting between the past and present, childhood and old age, this is a brave and inspirational tale of love and loss to make you smile and make you sad. Just brilliant.
‘Top notch.’ The Guardian
‘Smart performances... sophisticated design... extraordinary score.’ The Stage
LIZ HART MUMMY MONSTER Frank, funny and ferocious, this intimate one-woman theatre show shares the pressures and high anxieties of parenting small children, and the 'bad stuff' that tips parents over the edge. Full of truth, charm, wonder and invention, acted with great finesse, and laced with joyous laughter, beautiful imagery, striking physicality and superb original music, this is an engrossing and accessible drama. Ages: 13+ Sat 10 Mar 6.30pm
Fairfield Village Hall B61 9LZ
New Perspectives Theatre is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
01527 577 286
MUMBO-JUMBO TROUBADOURS & RACONTEURS Elegant country blues and vibrant good-time roots music from these British Blues Award nominees. With powerful songs and punchy vocals, this is one phenomenal live band.
‘The musicianship is unsurpassable, the songwriting is excellent.’
PENTABUS THEATRE HERE I BELONG A thoughtful, compelling and charming portrayal of 60 years of village life seen through the eyes of one village resident, from youth to the fight to stay in her home in old age. A thoroughly engaging performance by an absolutely fantastic 'new writing' company.
Blues in Britain Magazine
‘A life-affirming piece of theatre that genuinely embraces the audience.’
Sat 10 Mar 7.30pm
Stoke Bliss and Kyre Village Hall, Stoke Bliss WR15 8RS 01885 410 582 Fri 20 Apr 8pm
Pentabus Theatre is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
St Swithun's Hall, Trinity, Worcester WR1 2PN
Tue 13 Mar 7.30pm
01299 250 569
St George's Hall, Bewdley DY12 2EQ 01299 404 808 Fri 16 Mar 7.30pm Hartlebury Parish Hall DY11 7TQ
Fri 09 Mar 7.30pm
07714 278 860
St Michaels Village Hall Tenbury Wells WR15 8TG
Sun 18 Mar 7.30pm
01584 811 853
Wyre Piddle Village Hall WR10 2HR 01386 550 136
TANTZ IN CONCERT One of the most spirited Jewish klezmer dance and eastern European gypsy folkjazz bands around, this remarkable six-piece has quickly consolidated its rising star status with a series of unforgettable festival gigs. Joyous, infectious, distinctive and proof positive that you don't need to travel to hear great global music.
TYHAI: INDO CELTIC TRIO IN CONCERT
BADAPPLE THEATRE AMY JOHNSON
‘Brilliant to see live.’
Fri 06 Apr 8pm
With brilliant storytelling – funny, poignant and compelling – this is an enthralling portrait of Hull's 'First Lady of the Air', Amy Johnson, one of the world's most famous aviators who in 1930 became the first woman to fly solo between Britain and Australia. Two jovial WAF* girls celebrate Amy's inspirational life, pioneering career and wartime heroism, and chronicle her final journey and mysterious disappearance without trace over the Thames Estuary. Set against a 2/3 size replica Gipsy Moth bi-plane, this exhilarating bioplay takes off as entertainment.
BBC Radio Leeds
Worcester Arts Workshop WR1 1UH
01905 25 053
This mesmerising and bravely original fusion of Welsh folk and Indian classicism blends Rajesh David's rapturous singing with Dylan Fowler's (The Devils Violin, ALAW) 'stunning acoustic guitar' (BBC Music) and Pete Stacey's spirited saxophone. This is music with heart, soul and a determination to ignore recognised 'boundaries'. Top drawer.
SARAH MOULE LADY BE GOOD! THE ELLA FITZGERALD SONGBOOK 'A first-rate set ' (Sunday Times) marking the centenary of the first lady of song, the incomparable Ella Fitzgerald. Exquisite interpretations of some of the greatest songs of the 20th Century are here performed with exuberance, style and wit by two of the UK's top jazz-cabaret performers, the truly stunning singer Sarah Moule and superlative pianist Simon Wallace.
‘Very superior cabaret fare: well-crafted numbers sung flawlessly, and with slick accompaniments.’ BBC Music Magazine
* Women in the Air Force (WAF).
Fri 16 Mar 8pm Worcester Arts Workshop WR1 1UH 01905 25 053
Tue 10 Apr 7.30pm Wyre Piddle Village Hall WR10 2HR 01386 550 136
Fri 13 Apr 8pm Ombersley Memorial Hall WR9 0DY 01905 356 608
Sat 21 Apr 7.30pm Bishampton Village Hall WR10 2LY 01386 462 306
Sat 14 Apr 8pm Rous Lench Village Hall WR11 4UN 01386 896 155
GREENMATTHEWS THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS: A FOLK OPERA Kenneth Grahame's well-loved and timeless tale is brought to vibrant life exclusively through song, with evocative new lyrics set to traditional English folk melodies. A show of real charm and wistful nostalgia, Chris Green, Sophie Matthews and special guests Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer, vividly chronicle the adventures of Mole, Ratty, Badger and Toad across the river and in to the dark and dangerous Wild Wood. The perfect antidote to winter – summery, vivacious, sparkling and full of life.
PETER CHAND TONGUE TIED & TWISTED This family duo of master storyteller and live DJ adds a fresh twist to a compelling collection of near-forgotten South Asian fables gathered from Punjabi elders living in the Black Country. With Peter Chand's cheeky smile, wry humour and rich voice, accompanied by a smart onstage soundtrack of contemporary and classical South Asian music, this energetic and endlessly inventive storytelling show is a triumph.
This brilliant Dutch streetband showcases its energetic, highly eccentric, and very catchy trad-influenced comedic-jazz, jumping into the crowd at every opportunity, kidnapping audience members, staging mock weddings. Dazzlingly funny, they bring a smile to everyone's face.
‘Brilliant Dutch musicians who deliver a fast-changing variety of music styles.’ Jazz Journal
‘Eclectic and enjoyable.’ English Folk Dance and Song Society Magazine (on GreenMatthews)
‘Transports the listener with remarkable energy and great expression… spellbinding.’
BBC Radio 4
fRoots Magazine (on Swan & Dyer)
THE BUSQUITOS WICKY WACKY WOO
Ages: 5+ (Netherlands) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.
Sat 28 Apr 7.30pm Ashton under Hill Village Hall WR11 7SW
Produced in association with Black Country Touring and Creative Black Country.
01386 881 416
Sat 14 Apr 6.30pm Fairfield Village Hall B61 9LZ 01527 577 286
Thu 26 Apr 7.30pm Bishops Wood Centre, Crossway Green DY13 9SE 01299 250 513
SHIFTING SANDS THEATRE THE KING LEAR
SHEESHAM AND LOTUS & ‘SON IN CONCERT
Giving a modern, slightly irreverent comedic twist to Shakespeare's popular tragedy, this acclaimed clown-theatre company sets the action in a pub in the here and now, with pub landlord as king. By turns hilarious and heart breaking, this compellingly inventive retelling mixes vibrant storytelling with pathos and warm humour, faithful to Shakespeare's magnificent text whilst injecting new life and energy into it. A marvellous night.
Using a host of vintage instruments, this show-stopping Canadian trio serves up riotous, high stepping, sepia-tinted old-timey stringband music with roots in the vaudeville and juke joints of the American South. Oozing authenticity and dynamism this is hugely entertaining, and all in all a lovely, must-see treat. Truly they are the new kings of old-time.
‘A wondrous set from old-time stylists… a lovely, inspiring and slightly manic treat.’
‘A dynamism and energy that injects veteran tunes with a fresh vitality.’
The King Lear is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Songlines Magazine Ages: 10+
Sat 05 May 7.30pm
(Canada) International arts supported by Live & Local Friends.
Church Lench Village Hall WR11 4UE 01386 870 794
Sat 05 May 7.30pm Heightington Village Hall DY12 2XU 01299 822 987
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HANNAH JAMES' JIGDOLL Hannah James (Lady Maisery) is a true original, an utterly engaging one-woman folk band who mixes ethereal vocals and powerfully rhythmic accordion with elaborate percussive clog dance, all the while building up digital layers of sound using loop pedals. A brilliant, gently hypnotic live show with the sort of sparse, atmospheric quality which is The Unthanks' trademark. An unexpected and invigorating treat.
‘Hannah is an incredible musician – a beautiful singer, inventive accordionist and her dancing is out of this world.’ Jon Boden (Bellowhead)
‘An elegant, flowing transition between tunes, movement and song.’ fRoots Magazine Ages: 14+
THE FOUNDRY GROUP THE MINISTRY OF BISCUITS
Gold (£45) London, 1948, and The Ministry of Biscuits casts its sinister shadow over every tea-time and elevenses in the land, prohibiting fancy biscuits everywhere and sparking confectionery rebellion. Drawing inspiration from 40's British Light Music, Orwell's dystopian classic 1984 and the great, quintessentially British, Ealing comedy capers, this satirical musical fantasy – co-written by Philip Reeve, the hugely popular, award-winning children's author of Mortal Engines, and featuring David Mounfield (Mel Giedroyc's costar on the BBC Radio 4 sketch show Rum Bunch) – is an absolutely ripping wheeze.
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‘Delightful... genuinely funny... a great show!’ The Scotsman
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Sat 19 May 7.30pm Clows Top Victory Hall DY14 9HG 07788 604 542
01386 831 173
Thank-you on our website and in our e-newsletters; 2 x Buy One Get One Free Ticket Vouchers; regular Friends' Newsletters; advance season mailings; invitations to Showcase Events; membership of our 'Go And See' (GAS) talent scouting scheme.
You will then receive a welcome pack in the post.
‘A tophole musical comedy... a highly entertaining, clever show, packed with neat one liners... a gem.’
Sun 13 May 8pm The Fleece Inn, Bretforton WR11 7JE
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