CADS are doubly delighted as this is not only a laugh out loud show (even Alice gets it!) but also, the licence fee goes directly to … no, no, no, no, YES
Director, John Bowers, having himself played the grumpy and bossy chairman of the Dibley Parish Council in a previous production of the show, is trying not to display David Horton’s traits in marshalling his splendid cast to give of their best. In fact, he and assistant director, Georgie Heath, are delighted that the assembled actors have perfectly captured the wit, pathos and humour of the wonderfully eccentric characters they portray.
The original TV series of the Vicar of Dibley by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer consisted of twenty main episodes between 1994 and 2007, but there were also numerous shorter charity specials, Christmas and New Year specials and "lockdown" episodes produced during the Covid-19 pandemic. This stage play has been adapted from the original TV series by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter and takes its source primarily from the first two series of the show aired between 1994 and 1998 although some of the later episodes and specials have been referenced. It will be performed with the kind permission of Tiger Aspect Productions.
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