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One of the main characters of “The Vicar of Dibley” is Alice Springs Tinker, the verger at St Barnabus who quickly becomes the best and most loyal friend in the whole world, or at least in the mad...

“The Vicar of Dibley” will be performed by The Algarveans Experimental Theatre Group at the Lagoa Auditorium on June 28, 29 and 30, starting at 7.45pm.

“The Vicar of Dibley”, a stage play...

Despite the subject matter, “Whose life is it anyway?” is not a depressing play but one that challenges our beliefs in an uplifting and reflective way. This will be The Algarveans Experimental...

The Algarveans Experimental Theatre Group has donated a new electric oven and hob, costing €499, to the Portimão Soup Kitchen which provides food to the underprivileged in the town.

The...

Last Sunday The Algarveans Experimental Theatre Group unveiled the production to mark their 25th anniversary of providing culture and entertainment to the Algarve.

As the “experimental”...

A bygone age

From the moment you entered the theatre, you were swept back to a bygone age, with ladies in bonnets and friendly staff in striped livery. And what a theatre. The Silves...

This week I find myself in Praia de Luz meeting Sue Whittle (pictured) who is the choreographer for the upcoming Algarveans’ production of Down At The Old Bull & Bush.

I meet Sue at...

Down at the Algarveans’ warehouse, in a little known village called Senhora do Verde, is where the set building for the Old Time Music Hall production, Down At The Old Bull & Bush, is taking...

Talking Heads still heard today

The alcoholic and Godless wife of a vicar, a curtain-twitching meddler who finds happiness in prison, the middle-aged bachelor who thinks his mother is being swept off her feet by a suspicious...

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