Fifties comedy Dry Rot comes to Milton Keynes Theatre

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Classic fifties comedy Dry Rot comes to Milton Keynes Theatre this week.

Written by John Chapman, who wrote over 200 TV comedies including the Emmy award winning Fresh Fields, Happy Ever After and The Liver Birds, it continues to be renowned as of the finest examples of its genre.

The plot centres around a crooked bookie and his two accomplices, who devise a cunning plan to get rich quick.

The performance includes secret doors, physical comedy and an all-star cast including Liza Goddard, Gareth Hale, Gemma Bissix, Neil Stacey, Andrew Paul and Steven Blakeley.

The show starts on Monday and runs until Saturday, September 8, it can be seen in the evenings at 7.30pm or Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2.30pm.

Tickets cost £10 to £25 and can be booked by calling the box office on 0844 871 7652 or visiting: