IT’S called Ladies’ Day but it is an event to which everyone is invited.

The play in question is Ladies’ Day, which is being staged by @2K Theatre.

After the phenomenal success of The Vicar of Dibley in May 2017, @2K return to Tacchi- Morris Arts Centre from November 9 -11.

This play surrounds the work, love and life and one long, hard slog for the fish-filleting foursome: Pearl, Jan, Shelley and Linda. But their fortunes are set to change when Linda finds tickets to Ladies’ Day at Royal Ascot the year it is relocated to York.

Out go the hairnets, overalls and wellies as the four ditch work, do themselves up to the nines and head off to the races for a drink, a flirt and a flutter, singing Tony Christie songs as they go.

If their luck holds they could hit the jackpot - and more besides… This @2K Theatre production is being directed by Jane Burt.

Jane explained the company thought long and hard about which play should be its next after the Vicar of Dibley and, after reading a selection of scripts, saw Ladies’ Day by Amanda Whittington as ‘a nice challenge’.

Jane said: “This is a comedy but it can make you laugh as much as it can make you cry.

“After the Vicar of Dibley, we did not want to do another television show.

“This is a play which is very dialogue-driven and fast-paced.

“It’s about characters and them telling stories which will engage the audience, much like The Full Monty or Calendar Girls.”

All tickets for Ladies’ Day cost £12.

They can be bought online at or call the box office on 01823 414141.

@2K are an amateur theatre company, based in Taunton, Somerset.

The theatre group were established in 2011 and have staged several exciting productions ranging from one-act plays to sell out performances at the Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre in Taunton and many Village Hall venues in the surrounding areas.

If you are interested in joining @2k theatre or want more information, contact them either via Email, Facebook or Twitter.