The madness of family life explored in Bluntisham comedy play

A COMEDY two act play exploring the sadness and madness of family life is coming to Bluntisham.

A COMEDY two act play exploring the sadness and madness of family life is coming to Bluntisham.

BaCStage (Bluntisham & Colne Stage Group) present Willy Russell’s Breezeblock Park at Bluntisham Village Hall from Thursday, October 14 to Saturday, October 16 at 7.30pm.

Set on a council estate on Christmas Eve in the1970s, this is the story of three working class couples and their offspring, who see themselves as being a close family.

However, beneath the surface of the Christmas cheer some darker emotions are bubbling away including jealous, petty squabbles and a secret. As the alcohol begins to flow, tongues loosen and a piece of news causes feathers to fly.


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From the writer of Blood Brothers and Educating Rita comes a painfully funny yet distinctly moving play.

INFORMATION: Tickets cost �7.50 from Bluntisham Service Station. The show contains adult content. Seating will be in cabaret style and audience members are asked to bring their own refreshments.

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