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Morgan and West

Our forthcoming TAVA show, Morgan and West, has sold out! Many thanks for all your help in spreading the word.

Morgan and West, Victorian Time Travelling Magicians are the next TAVA (Touring Arts Visiting Audlem) event performing in Audlem at the Public Hall on Sunday 6th May at 7.00pm.

They are recent winners on ITV's 'Penn & Teller : Fool Us'.

For a show to have generated so much interest over two weeks ahead of the event, there may be quite a few AudlemOnline visitors who will be disappointed to not have tickets, but might really appreciate knowing they can still see the show.

There is also a performance in Faddily, just 30 minutes away. Tickets are still available with our fellow promoter: 

Saturday 5th May — The Goodwill Hall, Faddily @ 7.30 pm
Tickets: Janice Wycherley 01270 524441
jwycherley@madasafish.com

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