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Going to the Chapel archiveOn a picturesque Wiltshire farm things are not quite what they seem. Roger Law is getting married in the morning and sister Brenda has pulled out all the stops to make sure it's a day to remember. She's even organised the hen night for her new sister-in-law, and things are certain to go with a bang. Literally. With long-lost brother Don returning from America to rediscover the joys of cider and Swindon Town football club, a bride who nobody's met yet and a groom-to-be who loves a spot of DIY wiring, this is all set to be the wedding of the year!

Author Mike Akers.

Archive listings for Going to the Chapel

Work type: Play.

T0878057579

Corporate Sponsor Personal Pension Management. Producer Salisbury Playhouse. Director Caroline Leslie. Design Richard Foxton. Lighting Kevin Scott. Performer Pippa Hinchley (Brenda). Performer Adam Morris (Don). Performer Ken Bradshaw (Roger). Performer Robert Beck (Morris). Performer Josephine Butler (Lois).
5 Nov 03 to 29 Nov 03Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923
listing details L1029961935

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