A sharp-edged comedy full of pathos and wit by Richard Everett
Grace is everything you expect a vicar’s wife to be: loyal, organised, a pillar of the community and very well-behaved, but after the death of her husband, Bardolph, things start to change.
She has been left angry, lonely and without her main role in life and she wants everyone to know it.
As she prepares to leave her family home to make way for the new vicar, Grace uses her razor-sharp tongue to take everything out on those nearest and dearest to her, including her sister, Ruth and daughter, Jo.
She is not the only person questioning her position. Can the new vicar, Sarah, cope with being a modern woman in a man’s role and is her faith as strong as she originally thought?
Made famous by Penelope Keith, Entertaining Angels will leave you crying, laughing and wondering if the skeletons in their closets should remain where they are.
7.30pm, prices start from £9
Sharnbrook Mill Theatre, Mill Road, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire MK44 1NP
Mon 9 Sep 19