Bernard Hall, Cuddington
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St Mary's Centre
By Lynne Colley - 25th January 2016 8:00pm
Lynne Colley writes:
Are you feeling the post Xmas blues and wondering what on earth to do with yourselves?
Do you fancy soaking up some culture?
Well then, the upcoming Haddenham Youth Theatre Production of 'Oliver Twist' is the answer!!!
This takes place next Friday and Saturday (29th and 30th January) in Haddenham Junior School, starting at 7pm.
Not only do you get to see 'Oliver Twist' but our junior group are performing 'The Most Beautiful Flower' ... What a treat!
It's a cheap night out — will be lots of fun and we have a bar and delicious home made cakes to keep you going!
Please come and support us — there is nothing nicer for the cast than a full house!
Tickets from me Tel: 07790 751954 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or from 'Blooming Fruity' on Banks Parade.
Hope to see you there.
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