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The Hall Players bring a comedy day at the races to Fulwood

Hall Players Of Broughton bring their version of Amanda Whittingham’s ever popular Ladies Day to the Broadway Hall, Fulwood, from Thursday, March 27-Saturday, March 29 at 7.30pm.

Pearl, who works in a fish factory, decides to take three of her workmates for a day at the races to celebrate her forthcoming retirement

Jan is a single mum with a teenage daughter but, she has a secret crush on the boss. Shelley is a wannabe celeb. How far will she go to achieve her aim? Pearl is married, but has a secret lover. Shy Linda has a domineering mother but finds solace on the racecourse.

Once they arrive, on Ladies’ Day, secrets come out and the relationships between them change.

Meanwhile, as the wins mount up, they realise they may have a chance of winning the jackpot. It all depends on the last race.

Full of good humoured female banter, with moments of great poignancy, it is a play well worth seeing.

Tickets are £7 and £6 for concessions. Tel 01772 863801

Leyland Road Methodist Music And Drama Group present Trouble At T’mill At Leyland Methodist Church Community Centre from Tuesday, March 25-Saturday, March 29.

Tickets are just £5 from Debbie Sheehan on 07538 661371.

Arthur Miller’s View From The Bridge comes to the Liverpool Playhouse from Thursday, March 27-Saturday, April 19.

On the waterfront, Eddie Carbone is working hard and keeping his head down. But times are changing and Eddie’s losing his grip.

Arthur Miller’s devastating portrait of an ordinary man in a clash of cultures, of generations and of moral duty never fails to move audiences.

Tickets from the Box Office Tel 0151 709 4776

Opera Viva’s Lady Bracknell Entertains, which was nominated for two NODA awards, Best Concert and Best Ensemble, is a confection of Victorian and Edwardian music, lightly dusted with the wit of Oscar Wilde.

Wilde’s imperious Lady has invited her friends and her household to an Evening Party where everybody, including the audience, must perform at her command. With musical entertainment from the Opera House to the Music Hall and a visit from the local Gilbert and Sullivan society, the concert is a showcase for the range of talents of this versatile company.

Opera Viva are also planning Marriage of Figaro in May, a Viva Verdi concert in June, and Fête à la Française with French food and music in October.

Lady Bracknell Entertains will be at Holy Trinity Church Hall, Hoghton Street, Southport, at 7 30pm on Friday, March 28. Tickets at £10 and £8. Call 07732 207317.