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Haddenham Players will be presenting a variety show in the Village Hall on Saturday 22nd October, with doors opening at 7.00pm

The producers still have a couple of slots available, if acts from the village are interested. They are particularly interested in local musicians coming to play and would love a local pianist to accompany the singers on the evening. Any volunteers?

The idea of the variety show is to showcase the wealth of talent that exists within Haddenham Players and to offer an entertaining, funny and eclectic night to delight the audience.

There will be a variety of acts, including singers, comedy, poetry and magic — as well as a bar.

Tickets are just £6.00 for adults (£4.00 concessions), and can be obtained from Blooming Fruity on Banks Parade, from cast members or even on the door.

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