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Ipswich/ Woodbridge: Ensors backs Eastern Angles Christmas Show ‘Dial M for Murgatroyd’

16:33 21 December 2012

Ensors partners Robert Hatch, front, left, and James Francis, front, right, with cast members of Dial M for Murgatroyd, this year

Ensors partners Robert Hatch, front, left, and James Francis, front, right, with cast members of Dial M for Murgatroyd, this year's Christmas pantomime alternative from the Eastern Angles

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REGIONAL chartered accountants firm Ensors is again supporting the Eastern Angles theatre company’s Christmas show.

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And Ensors partners Robert Hatch and James Francis got in on the act when they visited the cast of this year’s production, Dial M for Murgatroyd.

This year’s alternative Christmas panto is a country house murder mystery featuring pompous Major Fitzall, his batty bohemian wife, their feeble son and host of other madcap characters. There’s a beast at large in the woods and the annual horticultural show is looming but the impossibly posh Fitzall family have more pressing things on their minds...

“Ensors are very pleased to, once again, be supporting the Eastern Angles’ Christmas show” said Robert Hatch.

“The cast and crew at Eastern Angles have excelled themselves in producing a sell-out show, and we are very proud to be a part of it.”

Ivan Cutting, artistic director at Eastern Angles, added: “Ensors have been such a fantastic supporter of Eastern Angles over the years.

“Bearing in mind the current financial climate and the increasing demand for corporate sponsorship it’s brilliant that our theatre company continues to be Ensors’ ‘arts organisation of choice’ when it comes to business support.

“We look forward to working in partnership with them for many more years to come.”

Dial M for Murgatroyd runs until January 12, 2013 at the Sir John Mills Theatre in Gatacre Road, Ipswich, before transferring to the Seckford Theatre at Woodbridge School until January 26.

Eastern Angles is then taking the production to The Key Theatre in Peterborough for a final week.

For more information and to book tickets, contact 01473 211498 or visit www.easternangles.co.uk .

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