Blackadder cast’s cunning plan is a boon for Comic Relief

Tim Lodge and Katie Judge are pictured with a cheque raises by the Bury Theatre Workshop for Comic R

Tim Lodge and Katie Judge are pictured with a cheque raises by the Bury Theatre Workshop for Comic Relief. - Credit: Archant

The cunning plan to hold a Blackadder Goes Forth production for charity has paid off, raising £250 for Comic Relief.

The show was performed at the Churchgate Meeting House in Bury St Edmunds in November in commemoration of 100 years since the beginning of the Second World War and was put on by the Bury Theatre Workshop.

Yesterday, the chairman of the theatre group, Tim Lodge, presented a cheque to the Comic Relief campaign, ahead of Red Nose Day tomorrow.

To find out more about the workshop, visit www.burytheatreworkshop.org.uk


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