A 'DIVINELY' FUNNY ENTERTAINMENT IN PRAISE OF VICARS
From The Vicar of Bray to The Vicar of Dibley, the parson, cleric, vicar - call him (or her) what you will - has been a favourite character with writers for the last 400 years. So . . . take some delightfully funny pieces by John Betjeman, Dave Allen, Gervase Phinn and Willy Russell; add a catholic selection of songs from Lerner & Loewe, Irving Berlin and Howard Goodall; and you have the perfect recipe for a 'divine' confection guaranteed to lift the spirits.
Vicarage Allsorts runs for 50 minutes and has been a huge success all over the country. It was written by Malcolm McKee as an after-dinner entertainment for Swan Hellenic's cruise ship Minerva. Malcolm has often performed the show with two of his colleagues from The Archers: Carole Boyd who plays the inimitable Lynda Snell; and Sunny Ormonde who is of course the G&T-loving Lilian Bellamy.