Grantham Dramatic Society’s next production will be an adaptation of film classic The Pink Panther Strikes Again.
The show will be staged at the Guildhall Arts Centre, from Wednesday, May 14, to Saturday, May 17, and features inept Inspector Clouseau, the role made famous by Peter Sellers.
Having driven his former boss Dreyfus (Tony Lane) over the edge of sanity for a second time, Clouseau is on a mission to stop Dreyfus from destroying the world.
Director Mary O’Neill said: “Clouseau is such a fun character because he wanders around oblivious to the fact that so many people want him dead.”
The society is fielding one of its largest casts in recent years, with 24 actors playing 42 different parts.
The play also includes five pink panthers who help tell the story, and audience members will get to meet the Pink Panther before the show, as the society has arranged for the Panther to put in an appearance each night.
Tickets cost £8/£7 concessions for the Wednesday performance and £9/£8 concessions for other performances.
To book tickets call the box office on 01476 406158. For more information, visit www.grantham dramaticsociety.co.uk.