The Grimm Players present an amateur production of the ever-popular TV show The Vicar of Dibley.
The arrival of a new (female) vicar, with a decidedly irreverent attitude to religion, shakes up the parish council of a sleepy English village whose oddball inhabitants aren't yet ready for 21st century progress.
WHY? A new rendition of the ever-popular TV show The Vicar of Dibley recreating characters that we all know and love.
After performing 927 shows in India bringing the show to London for the first time ever in the history.
Sharad Ponkshe who is playing the lead character of Nathuram brilliantly unveils different shades of Nathuram with his versatile acting. Vivek Joshi, Jayant Ghate, Hemant Donkar and other artists with their commendable acting skills have given their inputs to make the play more impactful.
The continuation of ‘Hey Ram’ with three dots (Hey Ram…Nathuram!) also has a deep meaning which is revealed in the play by logical questions.
The simple, minimalistic yet visually effective set-up adds up more to establish the realistic aspects of the play.
The effective dialogues which solely communicate and connect every viewer’s heart are impressive. The symbolic dialogues with the simplicity in language uphold the entire play. The remarkable monologue in the court set-up being the crucial part of the play is brilliantly delivered by Sharad Ponkshe. With its effective dialogues, the monologue will melt your heart and lead goose bumps on your hands.
Not compromising with the technical aspects, the sound effects by Rahul Ranade in the symbolic drama is not less than the cinema's sound designing.
With the sole aim to spread Nathuram's thoughts and point of view without portraying him as a hero, the play is running in various theaters across Mumbai. With its perfect dialogue delivery, incredible acting and realistic set, you will step out of the theater with a completely different perception!
This performance will be in Marathi.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, set against the backdrop of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, is a mind-bending situation comedy. It follows two minor characters, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, as they stumble their way in and out of the action.
Tom Stoppard’s iconic drama sees the pair engage in an ongoing philosophical debate about free will versus predestination, each trying to prove absurd positions through misbegotten experiments. Half a century after its premiere on the Old Vic stage, Maidenhead Drama Guild present a modern, fully immersive version in the round.
WHY? This production is full of slapstick comedy, physical theatre and Stoppard’s wonderful wry humour
This amateur production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd.
£13 (£11 conc)
A good night out for all the family, with a wide variety of music including big band sounds, songs from the shows and films as well as some Christmas music.
WHY? The annual event is conducted by Peter Ripper