TIDESWELL Community Players’ spring production, the classic comedy Ladies Day, opens tonight (Thursday) at the United Reformed Church.
The play, by Nottingham-based writer Amanda Whittington, is about four ordinary women who take a day out from their jobs as fish packers in Hull to visit the races at Royal Ascot.
Directed by Anthony Gill, it has four lovely ladies in fine hats and colourful outfits, snappy dialogue, lots of laughs, and piles of fish.
The show has had a cult following since first performed by Hull Truck and was their most successful show.
It will be performed at the United Reformed Church, on Parke Road, from Thursday April 26 to Saturday April 28, at 7.30pm.
Tickets, priced £8 and £6 (concessions), are available from Tideswell Post Office and Litton Shop, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01298 871063.