By Tristan Harris 19/04 Updated: 23/04 16:47
THE WHITEHALL farce Look No Hans will be performed by Alvechurch Dramatic Society from Thursday (April 26) to Saturday (April 28).
The comedy, by John Chapman and Micheal Pertwee, is being staged at Alvechurch Village Hall, with performances starting at 7.30pm.
The piece is set in Berlin in the 1960s and features inept car dealer Peter Fisher who is trying to sell vehicles to the Germans.
Things then get complicated when Cadwallader, an agent for the British Security Service, enters the fray, wanting to use the flat for a top secret operation away from prying eyes. Fisher together with his wife, girlfriend and visiting stripper add to the confusion.
Tickets, which are £6 (£5 concessions) are available from the Post Office or the Joshua Tree in Alvechurch or by calling 0121 557 7071.
Look No Hans is being performed by Alvechurch Dramatic Society. s
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