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Tale of nuns is a delightful musical romp
10:20am Wednesday 6th February 2013 in News
THE premiere of All Round Theatre's latest show takes place at Feckenham Village hall prior to a regional theatre tour later this year.
The show is Dan Goggin’s hilarious musical comedy Nunsense.
It opens at Feckenham Village Hall on Friday, February 15 with a second performance on Saturday, February 16, both starting at 7.30pm.
Nunsense is a delightful romp of a musical about five nuns who are putting on a fundraising concert. The nuns are in a financial fix because their convent cook accidentally poisoned 52 of their sisters with her vichyssoise.
They had enough money to inter 48 of the nuns but ran out of funds to bury the remaining four sisters who are taking up space in the convent freezer.
The absurd situation results in the sisters putting on a charity show in which hidden talents are revealed.
Nunsense is a joyously funny show featuring a talented cast from the world of theatre, TV and radio, with lively song and dance numbers, comic routines and word play.
A spokesman said: “The nun humour is gentle, sometimes irreverent but never offensive. It really would be a sin to miss it.”
Tickets are £10 and can be bought from Feckenham village Shop and Venue Expresso in Alcester, by calling All Round Theatre on 07563 839826 or 07976 755434 or emailing email@example.com.