THRILLS, adventure and laughs combine in the latest show from Harden Players.

The Curse of the Mummy will be performed on Friday and Saturday, October 11 and 12, at 7.30pm in the village’s Congregational Church.

Press officer Patricia Parker said: “It’s a rip-roaring comedy musical play from the pen and direction of Haydn Cavanagh, a tale of love, treachery, slaves, mummies and archaeologists.

“The play is set in ancient Egypt and later on England in the 1920s, when an ancient Egyptian Curse is unwittingly unleashed on the world.

“The two bumbling archaeologists Howard and Arthur our played by Piers Hill and Nick Parker. All the Harden regulars are featured and if you watch carefully you will find a heavily disguised Peter Whitley.”

The venue now has full disabled access thanks to a new lift to all floors. Buy tickets from Harden Post Office.

After the play, Harden Players begin rehearsals for their debris 2020 pantomime Cinderella.

Patricia said: “We would welcome new members, especially young adults. If you would like to try treading the boards or being involved backstage please go to our Facebook page. We will be delighted to hear from you.”