By IH 25/06 Updated: 29/06 15:13
CLASSIC Victorian farce Charley's Aunt can be seen at Kenilworth's Priory Theatre from July 4 to 14.
Brandon Thomas' favourite revolves around Lord Fancourt Babberley, called 'Babbs', a jolly little undergraduate with a penchant for amateur theatricals.
He is persuaded by love-sick Charley and lovesick friend Jack to impersonate Charley’s Aunt from Brazil, - "where the nuts come from" - but when unexpected guests arrive for luncheon, there follows a dizzy round of manoeuvring.
Visit www.priorytheatre.co.uk or call 01926 863 334 (between 2pm and 8pm) for tickets and further details.
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