We are excited to announce tickets are now on sale for our summer play. It’s a little later than usual but we promise you an evening of laughter.
Agatha Crusty (pronounced Croosty!) arrives in Gigglington for the annual book festival when she stumbles across the local amateur dramatic group who are rehearsing their forthcoming Pantomime. All seems well at first until a series of what Police believe are ‘accidents’’. Agatha is not so sure and puts her sleuthing skills to work, while the group hilariously try to solve their dwindling cast dilemma. As the bodies stack up so do the laughs in this classic whodunnit.
Join us at Hawarden Institute on Thurs 1st, Fri 2nd or Sat 3rd September 2022 to be a part of the ‘going’s on‘ in Gigglington Village Hall
Have a look at some of the pics taken at our first dress rehearsal of Annie Baba and the Four Tea Leaves, below!
Tickets for this fantastic pantomime are on sale here for performances taking place at the Hawarden Institute at 7.30pm on Friday 18th March, 3.30pm and 7.30pm on Saturday 19th March, 3.30pm on Sunday 20th March 2022
Performances of our sequel to Fiona Burdsall’s original script will take place Saturday 18th January at 3pm and 7.30pm, Friday 24th January at 7.30pm and Saturday 25th January at 7.30pm at the Hawarden Institute.
The Hawarden Players are thrilled to announce our next play:
CATCHING THE EARLIER BUS will take place on the 25th, 26th and 27th July 2019. Tickets for this barking mad comedy are on sale from our TICKETS PAGE now!
Judy returns from holiday to her job as receptionist in a vet’s practice, to find things have changed while she has been away. One of the partners has been hospitalised with appendicitis, and Mr Skarowitz, a locum from eastern Europe, appointed to fill in.
He has re-trained to become a vet, and it is probably best not to ask what his original job was. His methods are unorthodox, as is his equipment which includes items from a DIY store, a joke shop, various kitchen appliances, a sewing machine and even something from the local zoo! Although he speaks good English, his understanding of it is entirely literal.
Cue a series of misunderstandings with patients, some of which have unexpected outcomes, none more so than with Miss Fylde’s rabbit. Oh, and Mrs Kent’s dog.
Despite the mayhem going on about them, nothing stops Judy telling her colleague, Sally, all the gossip from her holiday to Greece…. or should that be Spain!?
Come down to Hawarden Institute between 25-27th July to find out all the goings on within Burgess & Anderson Veterinary Practice!