Keeping it in the family at Spalding’s South Holland Centre

Back row, from left: Jonathan Tibbs, Zack Colam, Jane Moss, Nathan Shortland, front Colette Coleman, Trish Burgess, Laura Scott.
Back row, from left: Jonathan Tibbs, Zack Colam, Jane Moss, Nathan Shortland, front Colette Coleman, Trish Burgess, Laura Scott.

The latest offering from Spalding Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society (SADOS) is the laugh-out-loud epic Family Planning.

Showing at the South Holland Centre in Spalding later this month, this classic is one of Frank Vickery’s best comedies, with misunderstandings and mishaps from start to finish.

Back: Colette Coleman, Jonathan Tibbs, front Trish Burgess, Laura Scott

Back: Colette Coleman, Jonathan Tibbs, front Trish Burgess, Laura Scott

Tracy receives some unexpected news but isn’t sure who to share it with: her solid dependable mam, her hypochondriac dad or her boyfriend.

No, best confide in gran. She’s permanently ensconced in bed on stage... she’ll know just what to do!

The show, which lasts about two hours, runs from Wednesday, November 18 to Saturday, November 21, starting at 7.30pm.

Tickets are priced at £12 each and £10 for under-16s, over-60s, the disabled and their companion.

Starring in the show are Jonathan Tibbs, Zack Colam, Jane Moss, Nathan Shortland, Colette Coleman, Trish Burgess and Laura Scott.

More pictures in tomorrow’s Spalding Guardian

Previously...

Act II youngsters joined SADOS to thrill Spalding audience
SADOS present summer showcase in Spalding

SADOS showing Season’s Greetings in Spalding
Best play award for Spalding’s SADOS