Trendy but lonely female vicar Geraldine Granger and her quirky villagers are returning to the city this week in Vicar of Dibley, the latest production from Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy.
Following the sell-out success of the first visit to the fictional Oxfordshire village of Dibley last May, the company will take over the Chrysalis Theatre from Tuesday.
The two-act play will follow the exploits of Geraldine – who gently mocks her motley crew of parishioners - in the slightly behind-the-times setting, full of ridiculous situations and broad British humour.
From dippy Alice to big-hearted Geraldine, all your favourite faces from the hit sitcom are included – by kind permission of Richard Curtis and Tiger Aspect Productions.
The production is running in support of Comic Relief and throws our characters back into the thick of rural village life.
The show continues until Saturday, with performances every day at 7.30pm.
Visit www.mktoc.co.uk to book.
After all, it’s good to giggle.