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Audlem Public Hall
Minutes - November 2010

Tickets have been selling very quickly for the Audlem "5As" Drama Group Annual Pantomime this week in the Public Hall. This is always great entertainment so, if you want a seat, it's worth calling the ticket hotline now:    

This year's panto is "Alison Wunderland" written by Colin Cliffe.

Performance dates are:


  • Wednesday 25th January 2012

  • Thursday 26th January 2012

  • Friday 27th January 2012

  • also 2 performances on Saturday 28th January 2012 


There are some tickets left for Wednesday and Thursday, a few on Friday and "very few" for Saturday evening. There are still spaces for the Saurday matinee.

Evening Performances start at 7.30pm. 
Saturday afternoon Matinee at 2.00pm.

Tickets price — £6.00 for all performances

Ticket Hotline : 01270 811145.

 

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