6-8 February 2014. SCURC Dramatic Society presented The Vicar of Dibley, an amateur performance in support of Comic Relief by kind permission of Richard Curtis, Paul Mayhew-Archer and Tiger Aspect Productions. Witness the "arrival" of the new vicar of Dibley, Geraldine Grainger, as she battles to win over a sceptical parish council and to celebrate the wedding of Alice Tinker and Hugo. When the ancient vicar of Dibley dies suddenly, the parishioners are surprised to find that the bishop has appointed a woman as their new vicar. Geraldine Grainger, the new vicar, is aided (sort of) by the verger, Alice Tinker, and opposed at practically every turn by David Horton. The parish council, chaired by David Horton, also includes David's son Hugo, Frank Pickle, Owen Newitt (he of the rumbling bowels), Jim Trott (no, no, no, yes) and Letitia Cropley, who is famous for some very unusual culinary 'masterpieces'. Audience and cast will share the bewilderment of David Horton as his son Hugo is swept off his feet by Alice Tinker as they walk down the aisle to Alice’s favourite 'hymn'; the Spice Girls’ Two Become One. Geraldine - or “Grr” as she prefers him to call her - falls for David’s younger brother, the tall and handsome Simon. But will she stay or will she go?