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The Vicar of Dibley archive

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Author(s): Ian Gower, Paul Carpenter
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Archive listings for The Vicar of Dibley

Work type: Play.

The Holy Wholly Second Coming - T564135222

Come along and get into the Christmas spirit (if you're not already!) and enjoy an evening with the hilarious Dibley characters.Presented byThe Crown Players.
15 Dec 21 to 18 Dec 21The King's Theatre, Gloucester :: V029413031
listing details L2040275592

A Vicar of Dibley Christmas - The Second Coming - T0903312945

8 Dec 21 to 12 Dec 21Players Theatre, Lowestoft :: V327067859
listing details L01536845050
28 Nov 19 to 30 Nov 19Mowlem Theatre, Swanage :: V911
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T155562113

Adapted for the stage from the original TV SHOW (by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew Archer) by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter. It follows the antics of all the usual characters in the Dibley village from June to Christmas. A good laugh for the whole family.Company Seven Stones Theatre.
24 Apr 19 to 26 Apr 19Minack Theatre, Penzance :: V872
listing details L01824046464

T0471710855

Hugo and Alice return from their honeymoon and Alice finds that she is putting on weight turning to Geraldine for advice. The Vicar is getting some unwanted attention, there are secrets being revealed and there's a show to produce!! What could go wrong? What indeed!Company Theatre Adhoc.
18 Jan 19Borough Theatre, Abergavenny :: V839
listing details L0145083304

The Second Coming - T01251939368

Adapted for the stage from the original TV SHOW (by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew Archer) by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter. It follows the antics of all the usual characters in the Dibley village from June to Christmas. A good laugh for the whole familyCompany The Bondgate Players.
15 Nov 18 to 17 Nov 18The Majestic Theatre, Darlington :: V01325979466
listing details L0599277421

T1220073678

Join the community as it prepares for the christening of Alice and Hugo's baby, find out if love is in the air for Geraldine, and more about the plans for a reservoir that threatens the very existence of the village itself. Just how far will the eccentric inhabitants go to defend their future?Company Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy.
17 Apr 18 to 21 Apr 18Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
listing details L0328662751

T01558454849

Adapted by the team behind TMMTC's hugely successful production of Fawlty Towers, the show follows Dibley's beloved villagers on a hilarious journey through three of the series' most memorable episodes. From the resident's first reaction to a lady vicar in Arrival, to the excitement (and embarrassment) of Dibley's appearance on national television in Songs of Praise, to the unforgettable joy when Hugo and Alice finally tie the knot in Love and Marriage.Company Melton Musical Theatre Company.
27 Sep 17 to 30 Sep 17Melton Theatre, Melton Mowbray :: V437
listing details L0493815434

T696646695

The Grimm Players present an amateur production of the ever-popular TV show The Vicar of Dibley. The arrival of a new (female) vicar, with a decidedly irreverent attitude to religion, shakes up the parish council of a sleepy English village whose oddball inhabitants aren't yet ready for 21st century progress. WHY? A new rendition of the ever-popular TV show The Vicar of Dibley recreating characters that we all know and love.Company The Grimm Players.
27 Sep 17 to 30 Sep 17Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431
listing details L146324094

T01628241457

Based on the fabulously successful situation comedy, this play takes us on a journey from the arrival of the new vicar (Geraldine Granger) to the quintessential English village of Dibley, featuring all the characters of The Dibley Parish Council you would expect, including David Horton, Hugo Horton, Alice Tinker, Frank Pickle, Mrs Cropley, Farmer Owen Newittand of course "No no no no Yes" Jim Trott!Company Seven Stones Theatre Company. Adapted by Richard Curtis. Adapted by Paul Mayhew-Archer.
27 Jun 17 to 28 Jun 17Penlee Park Open Air Theatre, Penzance :: V0280946259
listing details L1336199110

T02040678720

A two act play with all your favourite characters from the hugely popular TV series. Relive the arrival of the new female Vicar, Geraldine Granger and meet again the many ?interesting' inhabitants of the quiet village of Dibley! The play covers events from the arrival of the new vicar through to the wedding of Alice and Hugo.Company Seven Stones Theatre.
10 May 17 to 12 May 17Minack Theatre, Penzance :: V872
listing details L2012295195

T052924729

Geraldine Grainger arrives in Dibley to a mixed yet hilarious welcome. A stage adaptation by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter from the original TV series by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer, multi award winning company The New Venture Players are delighted to present this side splittingly funny production. All the quirky, much loved characters feature and resultantly chaos reigns!Company New Venture Players.
6 Apr 17 to 8 Apr 17Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024
listing details L0243909730

T0620786721

Company Kesgrave Amateur Theatre Society.
30 Jun 16 to 2 Jul 16New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81
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T1775660344

Three episodes from the much love TV series.
28 Mar 16 to 2 Apr 16Playhouse, Erith :: V186
listing details L322863987

T01781325292

The script was written by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter adapted from the original TV series by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer. It is set in a fictional small Oxfordshire village called Dibley. With plots and scene taken from the first two series, covering events from the arrival of the new vicar through to the wedding of Alice and Hugo.
23 Nov 15 to 28 Nov 15The Pump House Arts Centre, Watford :: V56
listing details L01424373766

T01587227532

Life in the sleepy Oxfordshire village of Dibley is turned upside-down when the ancient Rev Pottle dies and the diocese sends a new-fangled female vicar, Geraldine Granger, as his replacement. Her arrival is met with a mixture of wonder and horror from the assorted collection of rural yokels who call Dibley home. Autocratic head of the Parish Council, David Horton, is particularly appalled, and when it becomes clear that Geraldine does not intend to play second fiddle, he resolves to have her removed. But in the run-up to Verger Alice's spectacularly silly wedding, even David must admit that Geraldine is the best thing to have ever happened to Dibley. Relive the arrival of the new Vicar, be part of the congregation for Alice's hilarious wedding, and meet again the many insane inhabitants of the quiet village of Dibley.Adapted by Richard Curtis. Adapted by Paul Mayhew-Archer. Director Phil Shepherd. Director Adam Smith.
2 Nov 15 to 7 Nov 15Lamproom Theatre, Barnsley :: V1840944305
listing details L0814552801

T0971250368

Wakefield Little Theatre are proud to present The Vicar of Dibley, by kind permission of Richard Curtis, Tiger Aspects Productions, Comic relief and Adapted for the stage by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter. A Hilarious two act play created by a mixture of scenes from the first and second series, filled with all your favourite characters from the hugely popular hit TV show. Relive the arrival of the new female Vicar Geraldine Granger and meet again the many insane inhabitants of Dibley.Company Wakefield Little Theatre.
22 Sep 15 to 26 Sep 15Theatre Royal Wakefield, Wakefield :: V979
listing details L246392987

T173779785

Come and see Geraldine Granger make her first appearance in Dibley, follow the trials and tribulations of when a film crew from Songs of Praise show up in town and then endure four sittings of Christmas Lunch, all in the same day.Company Whitley Bay Theatre Company.
10 Jun 15 to 13 Jun 15Whitley Bay Playhouse, Whitley Bay :: V580
listing details L01108671069

The Second Coming - T02120719348

Company BOADS.
27 May 15 to 30 May 15Brixham Theatre, Brixham :: V884
listing details L1114263063

T1244269570

Company Chase Theatre Company.
24 Mar 15 to 28 Mar 15Cryer Arts (formerly Charles Cryer Studio Theatre), Outer London :: V293
listing details L01128000091

T1067102310

Life in the sleepy Oxfordshire village of Dibley is turned upside down when the ancient Rev Pootle dies and the diocese sends a chocolate-loving female vicar, Geraldine Granger, as his replacement. The arrival of 'the babe with a bob cut and a magnificent bosom', who has a decidedly irreverent attitude to religion, is met by a mixture of wonder, shock and horror from the eccentric characters that make up the parish council. Relive Geraldine's arrival and her attempts to improve the village and community life. Meet again the many oddball inhabitants of the quiet village of Dibley, including the pompous David Horton and his son Hugo, the dippy verger Alice Tinker, foul-mouthed Owen, pioneering cook Letitia, the world's most boring man, Frank, and, of course, "No, no, no, yes", Jim. Be sure to book your tickets early for an evening of fun and laughter with the vicar and Dibley's wonderful array of characters.Company St John's Players.
14 Oct 14 to 18 Oct 14Swan Theatre, Worcester :: V107
listing details L79482393

T272902400

Company Encore.
24 Jun 14 to 28 Jun 14Brindley Arts Centre, Runcorn :: V1448285374
listing details L0223276197

T945717908

Company Poulton Drama. Adapted by Richard Curtis. Adapted by Paul Mayhew-Archer.
24 Jun 14 to 28 Jun 14Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
listing details L01079426113

Three Episodes: Arrival/The Engagement/Dibley Live - T57816397

The first episode is "Arrival", Geraldine arrives in Dibley and the parishioners are shocked because she is a woman but she wins them round in the end. The next one is "The engagement" which is a funny episode where Geraldine tries successfully to get Hugo and Alice together and finally "Dibley Live" where they launch a radio station and Frank Pickle admits to being "gayPerformer Brian White (Frank). Performer David Maun (Owen). Performer Graham Frosdick (Jim). Performer Kelly Randall (Geraldine).
7 Apr 14 to 12 Apr 14Playhouse, Erith :: V186
listing details L542622436

T721839980

When their vicar passed away in the middle of a service, the inhabitants of the small Oxfordshire village of Dibley expected his replacement to be another old man with a beard, a Bible and bad breath. Instead, they got a babe with a bob-cut and a magnificent bosom. Geraldine Granger is a woman - yes, woman - who enjoys nothing more than a good laugh and a packet of chocolate hob nobs. The thoroughly modern, pop music loving vicar is far from the only eccentric character in the village, however. The locals include the very, very dim verger Alice Tinker, David Horton the pompous parish councillor, Hugo his indecisive son, the incomprehensible Jim Trott, Frank the boring parish clerk, straight-talking farmer Owen Newitt and terrible cook Laetitia Cropley. The play consists of three episodes from the popular television series: Songs of Praise, Celebrity Vicar and Love and Marriage.Adapted by Richard Curtis. Adapted by Paul Mayhew-Archer. Company Berwick Operatic Society.
7 Nov 13 to 9 Nov 13The Maltings, Berwick-on-Tweed :: V986
listing details L01094788361

T01617380103

Company ACT.
17 Sep 13Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883
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T1317705571

Producer Rugby Theatre. Director Sue Todd.
11 May 13 to 18 May 13Rugby Theatre, Rugby :: V133
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