The Clatford Amateur Dramatic Society put on "Who Goes There?", written by local resident Sharon Colpman.
The play tells the story of Edith, whose child was adopted by birth, and whom she never saw again and who died in her 50's. With the help of Dr Who and the time machine, Edith watches her daughter grow up in the 50's and 60's.
"As always, CADS put on an original interpretation of a well-known theme; Edith was sensitively acted by Lynn Bown, and her daughter Georgina was played by three actresses - Flo Roberts-Davies, Hollie Knowles and Sharon Colpman whose acting and singing was outstanding."
"We all enjoyed John Roberts-Davies as Elvis, Geoff Scard as Dr Who - and David Grey and Ann Buckley as Georgina's adoptive parents. Chris Upchurch as Neil Armstrong was memorable - and the genius of Cliff Tucker as the Director was in evidence throughout. The Cadettes sang some nostalgic songs which gave the whole production additional atmosphere - and they were sustained by a strong supportive cast."