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'SHRECK' is getting closer. With less than 4 weeks to go until our hilarious adaptation of the classic'Shrek' movie takes to the stage, everything is falling into place. Rehearsals are well advanced, costumes are made, scenery and props are constructed and advertising has now begun.

Written by our very own Colin Cliffe this stage play closely follows the classic story to include all the expected fairytale characters together with some surprise appearances, and with some scenes appearing to be set in very surprising 'local' locations. Indeed one hilarious scene is like no other ever seen in the Audlem 5a's long history.

Performances are the 6th to the 9th of February inclusive, tickets are available by calling 01270 811743 or from Williams newsagents ( sorry no credit cards ) all tickets priced at £6, please book early.

Cheryl Guerin

01270 811098.

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