Young Norfolk actors staging poignant play about biological warfare
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Young people from a north Norfolk amateur dramatic group are staging their first youth plays in a decade.
Mundesley Players Youth will be putting on two very different plays next week.
Spokesman Neil Ellson said: 'Bad Reception by Paul Vincent is a comedy which explores the results of mischievous girls who abuse the trust given them when running the school reception.
'Meanwhile, And Then There Were Three by John F Glen is set after a biological weapon has killed all adults and the children are left to fend for themselves. It's particularly poignant after the recent poisoning scare in Salisbury and not for the faint-hearted.'
Both will be performed at the Coronation Hall in Mundesley.
Tickets available from Jupe ladies' boutique in Station Road, Mundesley or call 07503297602. The plays will be performed on Thursday, April 5, Friday, April 6, and Saturday, April 7, at 7.30pm, and Saturday, April 7 at 2.30pm.
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