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10th anniversary production set for Norfolk church

Ten years after its first performance, Fuzzy a contemporary two act drama inspired by the book of Job will be performed at St Cuthbert’s in Sprowston this May.

The play will be showing on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 May at St Cuthbert’s Church, Woxham Road.
 
Fuzzy is an original drama written by local writer and director, the Revd Dean Akrill inspired by the book of Job and exploring themes around mental health, sexuality, faith and relationships. It was first performed in 2014 and the Revd Dean is looking forward to presenting this new production of an original play.
 
Fuzzy is a play about life, because life can be fuzzy. I was first prompted to write this play during one of the many fuzzy periods of my life. I could relate to Job, he too knew that life, love and relationships can be fuzzy and that the meaning of life is fuzzier still. This is a play about fuzziness, about our attempts to make life less fuzzy, and what happens when we think we’ve got life, love and God sussed. It’s also a play about the relative merits of chess and Ker-plunk,” said the Revd Dean.
 
The 10th anniversary production will run for two nights in May performed by a local cast. Tickets £5 on the door and refreshments will be available. The play is not recommended for those under the age of 15.

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Fuzzy – A contemporary drama inspired by the book of Job
 
“Jacob Jobe is feeling unwell, but he has his wayward daughter’s Teddy bear to comfort him and his best friend to steer him doggedly back onto the “right” path. Meanwhile, romance blossoms, the last pint of cider is drunk, and as Jobe sinks ever deeper into despair he seeks a fair trial from God – whilst the Devil searches desperately for a chocolate biscuit…”
 
Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 May
7pm – 9pm
St. Cuthbert’s Church, Wroxham Rd. Sprowston. NR7 8TZ

Article courtesy of Network Norfolk

Fuzzy poster - a play written by the Revd Dean Akrill