A stage play by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter adapted from the original TV series by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer.
With kind permission of Tiger Aspect Productions
Based on the fabulously successful situation comedy, this play takes us on a journey from the arrival of the new vicar (Geraldine Granger) to the quintessential English village of Dibley, featuring all the characters of The Dibley Parish Council you would expect, including David Horton, Hugo Horton, Alice Tinker, Frank Pickle, Mrs Cropley, Farmer Owen Newittand of course “No no no no Yes” Jim Trott! All brought to life by Penzance based Seven Stones Theatre Company.
Will the new Vicar convince her flock she is the right girl for the job?
Will Owen Newitt’s cows have escaped again?
How will the swear box collection for Lent pan out?
Will Hugo fall in love and marry his life-long love Alice?
What will the new road be named?
To find out this and much, much more in this laugh a minute production join Seven Stones Theatre Company and a stellar cast of local actors as Dibley is recreated at Penlee Park Open Air Theatre – The Theatre in the park in the heart of Penzance.
Photo credit : Pete Knight