Viva Soham to perform Vicar of Dibley at St Andrew’s Church

Soham-based Viva Theatre Company in rehearsal for The Vicar of Dibley at St Andrew's Church. PHOTO:

Soham-based Viva Theatre Company in rehearsal for The Vicar of Dibley at St Andrew's Church. PHOTO: Mike Rouse. - Credit: Archant

Soham-based Viva Theatre Company is bringing The Vicar of Dibley to St Andrew’s Church for a four-night run.

Soham-based Viva Theatre Company in rehearsal for The Vicar of Dibley at St Andrew's Church. PHOTO:

Soham-based Viva Theatre Company in rehearsal for The Vicar of Dibley at St Andrew's Church. PHOTO: Mike Rouse. - Credit: Archant

Featuring all your favourite characters from the hugely popular TV series - Alice, Hugo, Owen, Jim, David and of course Geraldine – “you do not want to miss this show… and what great look-a-likes,” say Viva.

The stage play by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter is adapted from the original TV series by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer with the permission of Tiger Aspect Productions.

The show, which is onstage from tonight (Wednesday 16) to Saturday May 19, starts at 7.30pm each night.

Soham-based Viva Theatre Company in rehearsal for The Vicar of Dibley at St Andrew's Church. PHOTO:

Soham-based Viva Theatre Company in rehearsal for The Vicar of Dibley at St Andrew's Church. PHOTO: Mike Rouse. - Credit: Archant

Tickets, £12.50, are available by calling the box office on 01353 722228 or email vivayouth@hotmail.co.uk or visit www.wegottickets.com/vivaarts


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• Viva is holding auditions for its next production, Fiddler on the Roof, on Saturday June 2. The time and venue will be announced later this month and those auditioning should be aged 16 or over. It will be performed in the week commencing October 28. Contact the Viva Office to register your interest on 01353 722228/ vivayouth@hotmail.co.uk

Soham-based Viva Theatre Company in rehearsal for The Vicar of Dibley at St Andrew's Church.

Soham-based Viva Theatre Company in rehearsal for The Vicar of Dibley at St Andrew's Church. - Credit: Archant

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