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This year's annual Methodist Church musical is now entering its final run of rehearsals. The stage is erected this week and the adrenaline is beginning to flow.

Once again, there will be five performances during the February half-term holiday (Tuesday 22 — Saturday 26 February). Each will begin at 7.30 pm and entry is by ticket, available from Julia Parton (email address below). The tickets are already going quickly, so don't delay to secure your seat.

This year's show has been written by Nancy-May Goodwin and Naomi Newman and is entitled 'The Bible Bounce'. In the year that marks the 400th anniversary of the King James version of the Bible, the show will question us all on our knowledge of the scriptures. 'The Bible Bounce' will be performed by a large and enthusiastic all-age cast and will deliver music, drama and laughter in equal measure. A good evening's entertainment is guaranteed!

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