Phoenix Theatre presents ''The Vicar of Dibley'', Directed by Kay Boyes
At ''THE ROSE CENTRE THEATRE'', School Rd Belmont
Dates: 15 May to 24 May 2014 Tuesday to Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 2pm
Phoenix Theatre is presenting Three episodes in a stage adaptation of this well loved hit comedy TV series written by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer in conjunction with Tiger Aspect Productions.
Episode One, The Arrival: After the sudden and unexpected death of 102 year old Rev. Pottle, the villagers eagerly await his replacement. To their shock, the new vicar is Geraldine Granger, a “babe with a bobcut and a magnificent bosom” who manages to win them over and find a place in their hearts, all except for David Horton, the pompous, parish council chairman.
Episode Two, The Window and the Weather: A storm hits Dibley, smashing one of the church's stained glass windows. Can the Parish Council raise the money to replace the window?
Episode Three, Dibley Live: To celebrate the 650th anniversary of St. Barnabus's Church, the villagers set up a radio station for a week, and Geraldine holds a competition for the best DJ. Is there a prize? Who will win it?
All will be revealed when you come to this hilarious production at The Rose Centre Theatre