The Chameleons are back in play this week, with their new show.

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The Chameleons are back in play this week, with their new show.

But though they have been working hard for you to put on a cracking performance of Blunders and Bloomers, it is never going to be a seamless event, as the name explains well enough.

“Hilariously, everything which can go wrong in a production does so,” organisers explain.

What you will get though is classic adaptations such as Pride at Southanger Abbey, supposedly an adaptation of a long lost Jane Austen novel!

And what about Collier’s Tuesday Tea?

It combines the kitchen with the coal mine with an irreverent glance at D.H. Lawrence. Last up, classic pantomime, Cinderella, albeit with some rather glaring differences from the usual telling of the fairytale – the prince is a stout older woman and the cat is nowt like a cat!

Cues are missed, effects fail props are lost and confusion reigns, but the coarse actors struggle on.

Performances are being held at Aspley Guise Village Hall nightly from today and through to Saturday.

The curtain goes up at 8pm and tickets cost £10, falling to £8 for concessions.

For more details and bookings call 07907 453002 or visit www.chameleonsdrama.co.uk

> The Black Sheep Collective present Where’s Alice? an abstract portrayal of the well known classic Alice in Wonderland, at Stantonbury Theatre this Friday and Saturday evening.
Performances begin at 7.30pm and tickets cost £10.

To make a booking, put in a call to the box office on 01908 324466 or visit www.stantonburytheatre.co.uk