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By Kim Biddulph - 17th October 2013 6:30pm
Haddenham Players present their next production of two short comedies on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th November — at the new venue of St Mary's CE School on Aston Road.
"Just the Two of Us" by Ros Moruzzi, is a comedy of modern science and its effect on family life. It was performed to great appreciation at the Bucks One-Act Play Festival earlier this year, but the Players always wanted to perform in front of a Haddenham audience, and they're glad to be back in the village.
The second play, "Miss Glossop Comes to Tea", is an Agatha Christie spoof, written by Stuart Ardern. A newcomer to the Players, Dee Pizzo, plays the eponymous Miss Marple, ahem, I mean Miss Glossop, who is very keen on solving murders and so gets very excited when one of her oldest friends is bumped off during a visit.
Tickets will be just £7 for this fun-filled evening of entertainment. The plays start at 7.30pm on Friday 8th and slightly earlier at 7.00pm on Saturday 9th November. Ring the Box Office on 01844 299596 or buy your tickets from Blooming Fruity on Banks Parade.
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