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TERROR  - A  BLACK COMEDY by Joan Greening (creator of TV's Cabbage Patch and Trouble and Strife). During the French Revolution, two old courtesans, Jeanne Du Barry and Grace Dalrymple Elliot, spend the night together in Sainte-Pélagie Prison awaiting the guillotine the next day and hoping for a last minute reprieve. Will they find a way to escape the chop?
The five star rated company A Drunken Sailor begin their national tour at Bridgnorth after premiering at the Edinburgh festival this year.  'Always an entertaining play - like Horrible Histories, it's history with the horrible bits left in. 'A great show - intelligent, funny, touching and full of interesting historical details.' ' A real treat'

Past praise for performers Julia Munrow and Julia Rufey. 'Funny and touching' (Times). 'Hilarious' (Guardian) 'Exerts a control over the stage that is almost tangible'( Herald)

‘ Funny and engaging’ Broadway Baby



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