Vernham Theatre Group perform Tomb with a View
4 Apr 2003
The cast take a bow at the end of the performance
The cast take a bow at the end of the performance
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The Vernham Theatre Group staged Norman Robbins Comedy-Thriller "A Tomb with a View" over three nights at the Village Hall in Vernham Dean.

"After 25 years, this Group is still going strong and Norman Robbins would have been proud of the way the group acted the larger-than-life characters in his play set in Monument House. Because the actors were enjoying themselves, so did the audience. Congratulations to Amelia Rickwood for directing the play, and to the extraordinary Tomb family, most of whom ended up dead on the stage."

"Amateur Dramatics is alive and well ihn North Hampshire, so long as VTG is on stage."
 
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