This year's Braunston Player's production "Music Hall" (22-24th November) celebrates the centenary of the first women in the UK to get the vote.
Without giving too much away, the show is comprised of a few very entertaining musical numbers, monologues and duologues, and a truly excellent play "I married a Suffragette", written by local award winning writer Nick Marsh, all set in the early 1900's music hall era, SET IN BRAUNSTON!
ALSO, there will be a prize each night for the most appropriately dressed member of the audience, so please feel free to come dressed up if you want, think Edwardian style (or Victorian if you want to be old fashioned!) - you may be infiltrated by some suffragettes during the evening, and it might help not to look out of place, say no more!
Over 100 tickets have already been sold, so please book soon if you want to see the show - tickets are limited!
All proceeds from the licensed bar and the show go to the Village Hall.