IF YOU'VE got the winter blues, and feel in need of cheering up, then your luck is in.

This month, St Katharine Stratford Players' take on the Derek Benfield farce 'Flying Feathers', and it's guaranteed to put a smile on the faces of everyone who goes to see it.

The tale of a housekeeper who, when left in charge of a country house after the owner joins a religious commune in the Orkneys, turns it into a house of ill repute.

And when the owner's Chief Constable twin brother and sister turn up, all hell breaks out.

The country house in which the play is set also has a small farm, and, to help the cast "feel the mood," the terrific Greenacres Animal Rescue charity made their facilities available for a promo photoshoot.

Flying Feathers is at the St Katharine Church Hall, and will run from Monday, November 27, until Wednesday, November 29. Curtain up 7.30pm.

Tickets are £4 and £3.50 concessions and they can be booked through Viv on 01646 694736.

There will also be a collection bucket in aid of Greenacres at each performance.