Until then and between Sunday Roasts I am re-posting a Five Part Play I wrote last Easter, plus this trailer, entitled 767 Weddings, 2 Irate Vicars and Almost A Funeral.
I had a very small following when I wrote it so I thought it might be interesting to see what you make of it now. This play was inspired by complex situations unfolding when researching my family tree 3 years ago and, yes, my vivid imagination soon ran away with events. Yet there remains a large measure of fact amongst this mounting chaos.
entitled: 767 Weddings, 2 Irate Vicars and almost a Funeral
Tickets to Episode 1 are available now - Admission Free of Charge
Venue: "Clouds and Silvery Linings" blog site
Original Showing: Easter Week 2009
Please bring a Partner, a Bottle and a Psychiatrist !
Book early for a good seat in the top circle
Oh! and while I am writing the vicar has asked me to make a few things known from his church noticeboard.
Another Canon addressed us during a sermon and said an elderly lady stopped him in the street last week and told him she thought he'd died 3 years ago. "I have been praying for your soul for three years", she said, to which the Canon replied, "I'm so glad I have a large credit in my spiritual bank account!"
In true Eddie Bluelights fashion soon there will be utter chaos with bodies all over the place!
Episode 1 follows shortly
Finally, I am pleased to say my sister, Maggie May of Nuts In May has had her surgery and is out of hospital and recovering well. The lump in her groan was removed and has been sent to the pathology laboratory for analysis. We will provide an update when we have more news. Meanwhile thank you for your kind comments and prayers.