Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
Coach Pickup - Opposite Park Close
Tarvin Community Centre
By Stuart McNeil - 11th May 2017 6:00am
"Last night in the Community Centre, Ashton Hayes Theatre Club presented "Last Tango/Panto in Tarvin" to a select first night audience. The production is a play within a play about a play (don't ask, the cast get confused as well!). The night was full of "belly laughs" and the audience went home having enjoyed a play which extracts its humour from Tarvin and local characters. Alan Wilkinson, Community Centre Chairman, who attended the Dress Rehearsal, said it was the funniest thing he had seen for a long time and hoped that people would take advantage to escape the real world for a couple of hours.
Come along and put a smile on your face."
Stuart McNeil (Alias Gordon of the Tarvin Thespians)
Ashton Hayes Theatre Club are happy to welcome award-winning director Malcolm Barker to direct this hilarious romp about a struggling drama group, the fictitious Tarvin Thespians. The Chairman has written a play in the hope of bringing back the audiences. He knows there is only one way to get bums on seats in Tarvin and that's with a play that will tickle their fancies! It's all innocent fun but because of its outstanding success he decides to follow it with a pantomime on a similar theme. Just as hilarious and twice as ridiculous.
Doors Open at 7:00PM
Starts at 7:45PM
Ticket Price: £7.00 — £9.00*
*booking fee applies
Box Office: 07707 830286
Please call Yvette on 01829 751327 if you would like further information or visit AHTC website
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