After their successful performances of Bonnie and Clyde the musical at Stamford’s Corn Exchange Theatre the Peterborough Revellers are returning to the city centre for their next show.
This time they’re bringing us a comedy called Phoenix Tours, which, as the title implies could be a bus trip which ends with disastrous consequences. It’s set in the middle of nowhere, in the foothills of the Welsh mountains.
The play, written by local playwrights Clive and Sue Read, will be performed ‘in the round’ (the stage is in the middle of the floor area with seats all around) at the Indoor Bowls Club in Burton Street.
Clive Read, who will also be directing, says – “We are always trying to come up with something different, as is the bowls club venue which we use for most of our ‘smaller’ productions. Since we performed our first production in its hundred seats capacity Leisure Suite we’ve built up a regular following.”
The show is a Supper Theatre event with fish and chips served in the interval.
Catch this new comedy from Wednesday January 18 to Saturday January 21 at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £12.50 each, which includes the fish and chip supper.
Call 01778 349534 to book.