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By Connie Osborne Friday 14 February 2014 Updated: 14/02 09:59
FEIGNED deaths, false identities and Mexicans will all be on offer in a production of Tons of Money.
The farce, based in the mid-1920s, will be performed by Inkberrow Players and explores the life of Aubrey Allington and his wife Louise who are living on credit until a relative bequeaths them a lot of money.
Performances will take place at Inkberrow Village Hall on Sands Lane, from Thursday to Saturday (February 20 to 22) at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £7.50 and can be bought from the Post Office in Inkberrow and The Forge Shop.
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