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The Ladykillers of Humber Doucy Lane

January 9 - January 10

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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until 20th January 2018

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You know we love a good spoof, well, this year we’ve got a cracker lined-up for you!

Previously, Eastern Angles have mercilessly lampooned Lord Peter Wimsey, Agatha Christie, St. Trinians, Charles Dickens and the Tudors of Wolf Hall. This year our talented team are turning their attention to the famous 1950s Ealing comedy The Ladykillers.

Expect our usual fast-paced alternative musical mayhem and a script bursting with mad-cap banter and bonkers storylines!

Opening at the Sir John Mills Theatre, Ipswich before moving on to the Seckford Theatre in Woodbridge and then concluding the tour in Peterborough at The Key Theatre – this will be a Christmas corker you won’t want to miss.


January 9
January 10
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Seckford Theatre (Woodbridge)
Woodbridge, Suffolk United Kingdom + Google Map


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