There's more than a nice cup of tea brewing at the vicarage as Kingsley Players take to the stage in March with Norman Robbin’s popular whodunit - 'And Evermore Shall Be So’.
A murder mystery with a touch of humour, the play is inspired by the traditional song ‘Green grow the rushes O’. The story explores events surrounding a murder which took place four years previously. How strangely the song lyrics seem to fit the circumstances…
Director Colin Smith explains: “The action focuses on the repercussions felt when there is ‘something wrong with the village… a sense of evil about’.
“An author, cousin of the vicar’s wife, comes for a visit, having been encouraged to write a book about the murder. Old tensions and suspicions are brought to the surface and not everyone is in favour of raking up the past.”
Wed 12 - Sat 15 March, 7.30pm. Venue: Kingsley Community Centre. Tickets cost £8, bookable in advance through the website www.kingsleyplayers.co.uk or by ringing the box office on 07925 516760.