Banbury Cross Players present The Hollow at The Mill Arts Centre from Wednesday (April 20) through to Saturday 23. Curtain up is at 7.45pm.
Director Liz Riley said: “The cast had a marvellous time, dressed in their best 1930s cocktail dresses and dinner suits.
“But, not content with having a glamorous cast, we are inviting our audience to don their own finery and join us for cocktails on each of the performance nights before the show starts.”
The play is set in the Art Deco period and The Hollow is the country home of the Angkatells.
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Tickets are £12. Book online at www.themillartscentre.co.uk or call the box office, 01295 279002.