SUTTON actors are halfway through their voyage on the SS American tonight.

The village’s Green Hut Theatre Company is performing frothy musical comedy Anything Goes at the Village Hall.

The group is inviting their audiences aboard the SS American for a journey of bogus identities, high-seas hijinks and light-hearted love triangles.

The show, which runs until Saturday, features several catchy songs from Cole Porter such as I Get a Kick Out Of You, You’re the Top, Friendship and It’s De-Lovely.

The story begins in New York where young stock market worker Billy Crocker has fallen in love with heiress Hope Harcourt.

The problem is that Hope is engaged to be married to English aristocrat Lord Evelyn Oakleigh and the pair are sailing for their wedding in England.

Also aboard the ocean liner is Billy’s old girlfriend Reno Sweeney, a nightclub singer travelling with her four backing singers.

Adding to the fun is Moonface Martin – a minor gangster – who is posing as a church minister to avoid the FBI.

Call 01535 632289 to book tickets for Anything Goes in Sutton.