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The Community Centre is proud of the reputation it is creating for bringing excellent children's drama productions to Tarvin and would like to see more young people enjoying live theatre. To encourage this we are offering a special discount for the performance of The Importance of Being Earnest on Saturday April 25th at 7.30pm. For every full-price adult ticket sold there will be a young person's ticket available for only ONE POUND!

Sue Hardacre for the Community Centre Committee said "There is no need to by a special ticket, just come on Saturday with your full price ticket, a young person and a pound, and we will be delighted to usher you in"

Consensus Theatre, who are bringing the production to the Community Centre advise that the play is suitable for anyone over about 12. The witty comedy by Oscar Wilde has been transposed to the 1950's so should not seem too old-fashioned to a younger audience, though perhaps to a teenager, the 1950's are as far away as the 1890's.

The Community Centre will soon be looking at the menu of possible productions that will be available from Cheshire Rural Touring Arts in the autumn and will keep the interests of young theatre goers firmly in mind when choices are made.

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