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Fisher Theatre line-up

PUBLISHED: 10:51 26 March 2010 | UPDATED: 09:30 01 August 2010

BUNGAY Theatre Group's spring show, Noises Off, continues at the Fisher Theatre this evening and tomorrow.

Stephen Frayn's script has been described as one of the funniest plays ever seen in the West End.

BUNGAY Theatre Group's spring show, Noises Off, continues at the Fisher Theatre this evening and tomorrow.

Stephen Frayn's script has been described as one of the funniest plays ever seen in the West End. It opens with a company dress-rehearsing Nothing On, a conventional farce, and the author mixes mockery and homage into a play-within-a-play to hilarious effect.

It is on nightly at 7.30pm, with a matinee tomorrow at 2.30pm.

On Sunday, Indigo Entertainments present Hic! Or The Entire History of Wine (abriged). Written by Julian Curry, it is a light-hearted history of wine and wine making, informative and entertaining, and brought dramatically to life by a wealth of anecdote and quotation from wine lovers, both real and fictitious. There is a wine tasting at 7.30pm, with the performance at 8.15pm, and tickets are £12.

Next Friday and Saturday, the Black Ram Theatre Company's production of Rosenkrantz and Guilderstern are Dead is on stage at the Fisher. The Tom Stoppard play is directed by Ross McGregor and produced by Louis Selwyn. It is set in the ruined wreckage of a proscenium theatre, in a world of constant duality, mirror images and echoes. The existential comedy explores the comic flip side of Shakespeare's tragic masterpiece through the eyes of his most enigmatic duo. Tickets are £12 (£10 concessions).

The Thursday film at the Fisher next week is Morris - a Life with Bells (12A) at 7.30pm.

Tickets for all events at the Fisher can be booked through the box office on 01986 897130 or via the website: www.fishertheatre.org


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