TONIGHT is the last chance to see an amateur dramatic group’s production of a three-act comedy.
The Christ Church Players have been performing Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime, by Constance Cox and based on a short story by Oscar Wilde, since Wednesday.
Michael Cull, from the group, said: “It’s been going very well — the audience found it amusing.
“The costumes, in particular, were much appreciated — it looked really good. That was essential to the whole thing because people know it’s an old play and you’ve got to wear the proper gear, which we did.
“Everyone looked the part.”
The costumes were hired from Wardrobe Door, in Chorley Old Road, Bolton, and another shop in Denton.
The final show is at Christ Church, Heaton, tonight at 7.30pm.Tickets cost £7, including refreshments.