A marrow or two and a murder

By IH 19/03 Updated: 20/03 09:45

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WHODUNNIT is the question in Avonside Players' Spring production A Fete Worse Than Death.

Among all the produce and the battle for The Biggest Marrow prize a murder is committed at the annual village fete in Richard James' comedy, which should appeal to fans of Midsummer Murders. To create an atmosphere there will even be fete-style stalls and attractions.

Performances are at The Wesley Hall, Methodist Church, Old Town, Stratford from March 29 to 31.

Tickets, priced £6 (senior citizens £5, children £4) are available from Civic Hall box office by calling 01789 207100.

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