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Black Comedy at The Stables Theatre SUS-190104-105057001

10 great things to do this week in 1066 country - from Friday April 5

1. Theatre. Opening on Friday April 5 at 7.30pm is a double bill of Peter Shaffer one act comedy plays at the Stables Theatre in Hastings. White Liars revolves around Sophie Lemberg, an eccentric fortune teller and two young men — Tom, the lead singer in a rock band, and Frank, his business manager. Cast is Josie Body, Daniel Grint and Daniel Giles. Black Comedy is set in a London apartment with a harrassed hero trying to impress his posh fiancee’s father; when there is a power cut, the characters find themselves groping around in pitch-black darkness. Cast includes Dave Fricker, Elly Tipping, Ian Klemen, Garham Pearcey, Victoria Fay, Nick Carn and Tessa Boase. Tickets £13.50.

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Music Hall Tavern at Royal Hippodrome Theatre SUS-190320-115521001

10 fantastic things to keep you busy this week in Eastbourne - from Friday March 22

1. Variety. Music Hall Tavern at the Royal Hippodrome Theatre on Friday March 22 from 7.30pm. The UK’s premier comedy drag show is back for its sixth year with a brand new hilarious and glamorous show. Join Mrs T and the “girls” from MHT in a feelgood night that will not only entertain and amuse, but will leave you with unforgettable memories. Starring the sensational Paul Carroll as Mrs T, Lee Sanderson as Peggy Lee and featuring the Showcase International Dancers. Tickets £20.50

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Masha Qrella at Kino-Teatr

10 fantastic things to do in 1066 country this week - from Friday March 22

1. Theatre. Dyad Productions presents Orlando at the Stables Theatre, Hastings, on Friday March 22 at 7.30pm. Dyad is a professional theatre company which recently visited with Austen’s Women, and this new radical solo production, based on the novel by Virginia Woolf, is performed by Rebecca Vaughan, written and directed by renowned playwright and director Elton Townend Jones, whose work has been performed in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the US. Tickets £13.50.

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