Veryan Players
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A stage play by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter adapted from the original TV series by Richard Curtius and Paul Mayhew-Archer.
With kind permission of Tiger Aspects Productions.
This the sequel to the first adaptation of the Vicar of Dibley references some later episodes of the show where relationships between the villagers have moved on. The language is different and often appears terse and to the point, and in some cases, quite cruel. This is the development of a sit com over a number of years as the writers and cast slip into their roles and the whole process becomes more natural and fluid.
Hugo and Alice have returned from their honeymoon slightly late, after an unfortunate drug smuggling incident - and more than slightly pregnant. Meanwhile, with the Millennium fast approaching, Dibley's in trouble with no celebrations planned. Then, unbelievably, Alice has her first ever good idea. This leads to a classic Christmas episode featuring the great Dibley Farmyard nativity, where the audience get a far more realistic birth than they bargained for.
The play will be performed on 21,22,23 and 24 November 2018 at 7.30pm in Veryan Parish Hall.
There will be play reading for The Vicar of Dibley on Tuesday 26 June at 7pm. Anyone interested please call the director John Heath on 01872 501433 whether you want to be on the stage or help behind the scenes. We welcome new members.



Pre Theatre Suppers can be arranged by contacting the New Inn, Veryan direct on 01872 501362.

Veryan Players are an amateur dramatic group who perform a range of productions ranging from serious to farce. The only thing we don't do is Pantomime, we leave that to our friends at St. Mawes and Tregony. We usually perform three plays a year. We are always looking for new acting members (Particularly 18 to 40) and anyone else who wants to be involved in local theatre.


Veryan Players