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Comedy spoof The Lady Killers of Orton Brimbles set for Key Theatre stage in Peterborough

PUBLISHED: 07:59 04 January 2018

The Lady Killers of Orton Brimbles

The Lady Killers of Orton Brimbles

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A new, bonkers spoof from the award-winning Eastern Angles Theatre Company is coming to Peterborough.

The Lady Killers of Orton Brimbles is at the Key Theatre from Tuesday 23 to Saturday 27 January for a range of 2.30pm and 7.45pm performances.

Eastern Angles love a good comic spoof. Previously their actor/musicians have mercilessly lampooned the likes of Agatha Christie, Charles Dickens, Sherlock Holmes, the Bronte sisters and the Tudors of Wolf Hall.

This year the energetic company are turning their attention to the famous 1950s Ealing comedy, The Ladykillers. Expect the usual fast-paced, anarchic musical mayhem, this time with a Peterborough setting.

Tickets, £13-£16.50, are available online. Running time: two hours 30 minutes (including interval).

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