Teesdale Players step back in time for latest production
By Stuart Laundy - Senior Reporter
THEATREGOERS in Cotherstone will be transported back to the early 1950s for the latest production from the Teesdale Players.
The group is performing Coronation Fever, by Vince Jones, at the village hall from Thursday, November 8, to Saturday, November 10.
The comedy is set in the village of Wintercourse Frequent as plans are put in place to celebrate the coronation of Elizabeth II. Several groups, led by vicar Jeremy Tongue, are hoping to make it a celebration the like of which the village has never seen.
What could possibly go wrong? Enter local handyman Maurice Sparks and his grandson Reggie...
The nine-strong cast features a host of familiar faces, including Stephen Lamb, who also directs, as Revd Tongue, Teresa Keeling as Marilyn Bedworth, Wayne Mann as Roger Darling and Peter Anderson as Major Payne.
Performances start nightly at 7.30pm and tickets are £6 for adults and £3.50 for the U16s. The play is not suitable for young children. Call 01833 650302 for more details and tickets. All profits go to local good causes and proceeds from refreshments and raffle go to the Teesdale branch of Cancer Research UK.