Poignant and thought-provoking comedy from the Gateway

The local social worker tries to sort out the situation despite the interference of local parishioners.
The local social worker tries to sort out the situation despite the interference of local parishioners.

The Gateway Theatre Group’s Christmas production is Clerical Errors by Georgina Reid, which will be performed in Portadown Town Hall on Friday, December 12 and Saturday, December 13 at 8pm.

This heart-warming comedy promises to be a great night out and as usual at this time of year the group will be supplying mulled wine and festive shortbread at the interval.

James Martin’s simple, moral upbringing is suddenly shattered by the encampment of the Briggs family in his 
now disused Methodist church.

Their unorthodox lifestyle shows James a side of life he never knew existed!

Young Julie’s (Chloe Wilson) spirit and determination to keep her family together against all odds and her honest, if unconventional, appraisal of James’ congregation forces him to re-examine his own approach to life.

You cannot fail to be moved by this poignant and thought provoking comedy.

Tickets available from Winnie’s Newsagents in Woodhouse Street and on 
the door are priced £8 and 
include mulled wine and shortbread.