Come watch them feud it out
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“Grimleys, Brimleys and the Great British Feud of 1826,” actors from left to right are: Lucas Strain, Dorian Paquette, and Elena Hannigan.
“Grimleys, Brimleys and the Great British Feud of 1826,” actors from left to right are: Lucas Strain, Dorian Paquette, and Elena Hannigan.
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BRATTLEBORO- New England Youth Theater presents “Grimleys, Brimleys and the Great British Feud of 1826,” on January 20, 21, and 22.

Will anything ever bring the two wealthiest families in all of England together? The Brimleys and the Grimleys have been feuding for as long as anyone can remember, fighting and shouting and pouting for generations. But now, will Julian Brimley’s love for Miriam Grimley bridge the divide? Will the arrival of a powerful Baron Earl heal the wounds of the past? The short answer is no.

For more information visit www.neyt.org/.
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