Unemployed man sets himself up as a clairvoyant to make money


AN unemployed man sets himself up as a clairvoyant in a bid to make some money – and finds himself attracting the attention of MI5.

They, along with Russia and America, want to use his skills to contact a scientist who died possessing secrets they all need.
What could possibly go wrong?

This unlikely scenario forms the plot of Culcheth Players’ next production, “Give us a Sign”, a comedy written by Tony Domaille which will be staged over two weekends at Newchurch Parish Hall Friday and Saturday May 10 and 11 and 17 and 18.
Performances will start at 7.30pm with doors opening at 7pm.

Rehearsals have already provided the cast with plenty of laughs and they are confident the show will have audiences laughing too.
Tickets can be purchased online at ticketsource.co.uk at £7.50 (booking fee applies) or on the door at £8 (cash only.).
Culcheth Players are seeking support to help keep live theatre alive in the village.
They say the play is suitable for older children.


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