Bourne Footlights presents Enchanted April at Bourne Corn Exchange from Wednesday, June 3.
The gentle comedy, written by Mathew Barber, is showing from Wednesday to Friday, June 5 (7.30pm).
It tells the story of two very proper 1920s London housewives who rent a villa in Italy for a holiday away from their bleak marriages. They recruit two other very different Englishwomen to share the experience and the cost.
During their stay, the women fall under the spell of their idyllic surroundings and rediscover laughter, love and themselves amid the wisteria and blossoms.
Tickets are £8 (£7 cons Wednesday only) from Time for Tea in Bourne.