The Vicar of Dibley. Illustration of a female vicar with short dart hair and red lips. Text in a roundel reads: Royalties of this production will be donated by the authors to Comic Relief.

Exeter Little Theatre Company presents

The Vicar of Dibley

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When the new vicar arrives at the sleepy English village of Dibley, the last thing the locals are expecting is a woman. But the irrepressibly cheerful Reverend Geraldine Granger soon wins over the hearts and minds of her flock.

Based on the much-loved BBC sitcom, this stage adaptation brings a selection of the best episodes of this multi-award-winning show to our theatre.

All of your favourites are here: Alice and Hugo, the star-crossed lovers whose combined IQ would struggle to reach treble figures; the colonically challenged farmer Owen; and Mr Horton, the pompous chairman forever trying to make sense of his bizarre parish council!

Permission granted by United Agents with thanks to Tiger Aspect Productions.

BSL-interpreted performance Friday 9 June, 7.30pm. By Laura Goulden.

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