Auditions for the "5A"s Panto announced

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The "5A"s production of "Aladdin" by Steve Andrews will be at Audlem Public Hall on January 25th/26th/27th and 28th January 2006.

Tickets will be available from Janet Simmons on 01270 811684 from the beginning of December.

Auditions will take place at St James Primary School at 7pm on Monday 19th September 2006.

The auditions are open to anyone of High School age or above. To take part in the auditions you need to be a fully paid member of the "5A" Company. Membership forms are available by emailing Liz Haughey at mintyh@btinternet.com">mintyh@btinternet.com or by logging on to "5A"s website which is www.audlem-5as.org.uk

Anyone of Primary School age who is interested in joining the group and wishes to take part in this season's Pantomime should contact Liz directly for details. Primary School children do not need to attend the Auditions on the 19th.

 

 

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