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7:30pm Saturday 27th July, 2013
2:30pm Sunday 28th July, 2013

Felpham Village Hall

Directed by Peter Green

The Reverend Martin Peacock is vicar of ‘St Ignatius the Unflappable’ in the village of ‘Steeply Willows’ and the action takes place in the vicarage living room. Our doomed vicar’s attention to Parish duties has been swayed by the possibility of becoming the next Bishop of Grimeford and he has a rival for the post in a neighbouring Parish. As the play unfolds all manner of dark intentions, jealousies and subterfuge surface and result in the stabbing – but which of the suspects including the housekeeper, PCC Chairman, Scout Leader, Church organist, country rambler or even the eager for promotion curate is the murderer and who assisted him in this despicable crime?



Narrator Sandy Knight
Detective-Inspector Charlton Bernard Taylor
Lilly Heeks
Bishop Burton’s legal representative
Julia Webb
Reverend Martin Peacock
Vicar of the Parish of ‘St Ignatius the Unflappable’
Paul Taylor
Gladys Sunday
Martin’s housekeeper
Di Hiblen
Brenda Buffton
Chairperson of the Parochial Church Council
Chrissie Lester
Lincoln Green
Scout Leader of the Grimeford and Huntley Fourteenth Troup
Trevor Roman
Roy Chimes
Church Organist
David Rosser
Penny Lane
Local ‘rambler’
Abi Holdsworth
Tobias Byrne
Curate of the Parish of ‘St Ignatius the Unflappable’
John Covey