Event Type: Drama
Summer Comedy Premiere

DATE:
Fri 4 august

TIME:
7:30PM

PRICE:
£5

DESCRIPTION:

Centrestage presents

All this week a group of local young people has been working with playwright Douglas Roberts and actor Scott Noble to produce this comedy stage show. The script was a secret until the start of this week, but if you like your comedy local and fresh then take a punt and come along to see death, romance, confusion and happy endings all rolled into the Centrestage summer production.

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