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By Tarvin Community Centre - 11th June 2015 6:00am
Tickets are still available for the latest Ashton Hayes Theatre Club production on at the Community Centre. The play is My Mother Said I Never Should by the London born but Manchester educated playwright, Charlotte Keatley. The play looks at the lives of 4 generations of Manchester women, mothers and daughters, and explores themes of independence and growing up during the turbulent times of the twentieth century.
The tickets cost £8 and are available from 01829 751943 or 07707 830286. They can also be purchased on line at www.ashtonhayestheatreclub.co.uk
Sue Hardacre for the Community Centre said "Ashton Hayes Theatre Club are an excellent and adventurous amateur company with a willingness to push artistic boundaries. This is the first year they have done three productions at the Community Centre and, as always they have used the space in the Hall with great imagination. We are very lucky to have them".
It is the Community centre's ambition to become a centre of excellence for the arts in rural West Cheshire. Along with productions from Ashton Hayes, the Community Centre also promotes professional theatre together with Cheshire Rural Touring Arts. Negotiations are currently on-going for the autumn season but it will include a performance by West Yorkshire Playhouse of the Maxine Peake play 'Beryl' another piece that looks at mother/daughter relationships.
For all details of all theatre performances at the Community Centre go to www.tarvincommunitycentre.org or www.facebook.com/tarvincc
This is a reminder that the play is on for Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week at the Community Centre
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