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(The website link that was here no longer works) Just a few weeks to go now before another Methodist musical spectacular! Between Tuesday 13 and Saturday 17 February, beginning each evening at 7.30 pm, there will be five performances of 'Joseph and the amazing technicolor dreamcoat' at Audlem Methodist Church. Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Joseph' is a most enjoyable musical, with clever words and memorable melodies. It's being performed by an all-age cast and choir of nearly sixty and promises to offer a splendid evening's entertainment. There are currently still some tickets available for each evening, but they are selling fast. Norman and Nancy Mitchell are co-ordinating ticket sales, although tickets can probably be secured through any member of the cast. Various rehearsal photos can be viewed on the chapel website, where production photos will appear in due course. An occasion not to be missed!


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