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Players break new ground with Ayckbourn

PUBLISHED: 19:15 07 May 2008 | UPDATED: 14:31 14 July 2010

Old Buckenham Players are breaking new ground with a rarely-performed adaptation of Alan Ayckbourn's lively chiller, Snake in the Grass.

In the garden where they played as children, two long-parted sisters gather after their father's death, but their relationship is threatened by a secret the family nurse is all too willing to tell.

Old Buckenham Players are breaking new ground with a rarely-performed adaptation of Alan Ayckbourn's lively chiller, Snake in the Grass.

In the garden where they played as children, two long-parted sisters gather after their father's death, but their relationship is threatened by a secret the family nurse is all too willing to tell.

As night falls on the summerhouse, the sisters must each confront the ghosts of their pasts - but is there something more out there in the darkness?

This is a compelling and provocative evening's entertainment guaranteed to have you guessing right up to the end.

It is an opportunity to see Old Buckenham Players in their home environment at the village hall before they take this gripping thriller to the Felixstowe Festival where it will be the final piece in a week of plays competing with top-rate amateur groups from all over the country.

The performances at Old Buckenham Village Hall are at 7.30pm from May 15 to 17. Tickets are £6 from Old Buckenham Post Office or by calling 01362 697260.

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