|19th March 2022|
East Kilbride Village Theatre
Village Theatre Maxwell Drive, East Kilbride G74 4HG
|£17 / Concession £16|
|Visit the event website here|
Mairi has her dream job running the ‘I Do’ wedding agency, planning that special day for brides to be all over the country, but it's not all plain sailing – she has to deal with Bridezillas, wild Hen Nights and making sure there's always plenty of Prosecco on tap!
As Mairi continues to search for romance, she stumbles upon a secret that threatens to plunge the agency into chaos and ruin everything for an unsuspecting bride to be.
The Wedding Planners is the hilarious comedy you will not want to miss – the perfect night out!
• ‘Absolutely hilarious, I laughed from start to finish.’
• ‘A funny, funny play with wonderful music.’
• ‘Fantastic night out with real belly laughs and fantastic songs.’
• ‘Such a great play. I want a night on the town with Belle!’
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