Vicar's July Christmas

COME AGAIN: The Vicar of Dibley returns for her 'second coming', a production put on by Noarlunga Theatre Company starting this week. Photo: Supplied.

COME AGAIN: The Vicar of Dibley returns for her 'second coming', a production put on by Noarlunga Theatre Company starting this week. Photo: Supplied.

Noarlunga Theatre Company's upcoming production is based on the TV series The Vicar of Dibley and is guaranteed to make you laugh.

'The Vicar of Dibley Christmas - The Second Coming' sees the story continue from last year, with Hugo and Alice returning from their honeymoon only for Alice to find she is putting on weight, so she turns to the vicar Geraldine for advice.

After coping with the village quiz and organising the week of Radio Dibley, Geraldine is stunned when Alice actually has a good idea - why not put on a Nativity play?

Why not indeed, what could possibly go wrong?

Local actress Deirdre Quinn plays Geraldine and has a striking resemblance to Dawn French, who starred in the TV series

The story continues from last year's sold out Vicar of Dibley Show at The Arts Centre in Port Noarlunga.

Shows are on July 19, 20, 26 and 27 at 8pm, and July 20 and 27 at 2pm.

There will be additional Sunday performances at 2pm on July 21 and 28.

Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for concessions.

To book your tickets, call 8326 5577 or visit www.noarlungatheatrecompany.com

Corinthians Singers return to perform at Newland Uniting Church

What better way to beat the winter blues than a concert of rousing choral music in the surrounds of Victor Harbor's historic Newland Memorial Uniting Church by renowned choir the Corinthians Singers?

The choir will be presenting their next concert, A Song by the Sea, on Sunday, July 28 at 2pm.

The choir, with musical director Alistair Knight, will put on a program ranging from liturgical works of the renaissance masters William Byrd and Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina to jolly madrigals from the polyphonic masters of the sixteenth century, including Thomas Morley, Thomas Weelkes and Orlando di Lasso.

The concert continues with music by modern composers Herbert Howells, Gustav Holst and Musical Director Alistair Knight.

Audience members are invited to join the choir for wine and cheese after the concert.

Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for Seniors Card holders, and $10 for concessions and students.

Tickets are available with cash at the door, or online

To book tickets, visit www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=523951

For more information, contact Steve Donovan by calling 0403 324 403 or emailing stevedonovan@outlook.com.au