THEATRE returns to Clacks towards the end of this month as the Alman Dramatic Club has announced their latest show.

The Three Angels, by Sam and Bella Spewack and Albert Busson, will be performed by the club from November 28 until December 9.

The club is hard at work putting the final touches on the production, set to be performed at the Coachhouse Theatre on Tullibody Road.

Richard Mackintosh, director for the show, explained he was excited to see weeks of hard work be rewarded.

“Rehearsals have been fun,” he said. “Some well known and familiar stalwarts of the Alman are pleased to welcome new faces to the cast.

“This is all about tying up hundreds of loose ends in terms of getting everything together. The programme has just gone to print which was a major feat.

“We’re pleased, it’s a very experienced, talented cast and I’m sure they’ll put on a great show that everyone will enjoy.”

The Three Angels, based on an old French Christmas carol called Trois Anges, is set in the French prison colony of Cayenne over the course of two days during Christmas 2010.

The story revolves around a trio of convicts who agree to help a family solve their problems in exchange of being invited to spend Christmas with them.

Richard continued: “The story provides a marvellous comedy which theatregoers can enjoy in the run up to Christmas. The cast look forward to welcoming you.”

Tickets can be bought for £15 from Ticket Source or from the club website at