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Comedy show Seriously Dead is ready to make Dartford laugh

PUBLISHED: 17:07 02 November 2016 | UPDATED: 17:07 02 November 2016

The cast of Seriously Dead

The cast of Seriously Dead

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Crissy Rock and Frazer Hines star in the comedy show

TV stars Crissy Rock (Benidorm and I’m A celebrity), and Frazer Hines (Emmerdale and Doctor Who) star in the comedy Seriously Dead which is coming to Dartford this November.

One ordinary day in the quiet little town of Olwinskirk a chain of extraordinary events began to take place bringing the lives of Betty, Albert, Billy and the local undertaker, Tristan de Winter to an uncomfortable crossroads.

The lives of Betty, Albert, Billy and the local undertaker Tristan de Winter become inextricably linked towards a path that is leading to The Pearly Gates and a disgruntled Guardian Angel named Thelma.

The show is coming to Dartford’s Orchard Theatre on November 6.

For tickets visit orchardtheatre.co.uk

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