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Three couples, who married in the same chapel and on the same day, are blissfully celebrating their Silver Wedding Anniversary when a series of revelations and events turn the men folk into jibbering wrecks. They get more than they bargained for when the worms turn! A young Chapel organist, a nosy meddlesome servant, a mad vicar, a reporter, a drunken photographer and a mysterious woman turn what should have been an idyllic day into an hilarious comedy of misunderstandings and mayhem.Performers Luke Adamson (Gerald), Kate Anthony (Clara Soppitt), Matt Booth (Dyson), Sue Devaney (Annie Parker), Geraldine Fitzgerald (Maria Helliwell), John Gully (Rev Mercer), Andy Hall (Mayor), Sophia Hatfield (Nancy), Adrian Hood (Parker), Lisa Howard (Mrs Northrop), Steve Hulson (Soppitt), Zoe Lambert (Lottie), Kat Rose-Martin (Ruby), Barrie Rutter (Henry Ormanroyd), Mark Stratton (Helliwell).
Author J B Priestley. Producer Northern Broadsides. Producer York Theatre Royal. Director Barrie Rutter. Design Jessica Worrall. Lighting Tim Skelly.
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