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The celebrated Ogden Sisters

This Friday, 9th November, a top-quality live comedy show is coming to Audlem, courtesy of tava. 

Special group discount: buy 3 get 1 free!

Tickets: £9 adults; £6 children & concessions. Suggested age 10+ but happy for you to use your discretion.

Ticket hotline & information: Janet Warrington on (01270) 811250 or tava.audlem@ymail.com

Tickets also available at the Lord Combermere.

As part of the 'performing arts weekend fest' — anyone buying a Daystar ticket for Saturday night can buy a tava ticket for the special concessionary rate of £6. These concessionary tickets available: Hoc's Fat Pigeon in Audlem or via e-mail: hoc19@me.com

Doors will open at 7.00pm with access to a fully stocked bar to get the evening going with a swing!

Be sure to get your tickets now to avoid disappointment. Tickets also available on the door. Many of our shows have been a complete sell out, including our last show, Morgan and West.

Reviews include: "We are in the territory of Spike Milligan, a bit of Python and a fair smattering of the Goons" — Fringe Review "A trio of female Tommy Coopers" in Venue. 

 

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