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There are many ways to try and sell things- the subtle, nudging and understated way, or the loud, 'shouty' way of the double glazing salesman.
I have always preferred the former, but I fear I am having to use the latter!
Tickets for 6 Impossible Things on Friday 1st at 7.30 are selling very slowly.
Cheshire Rural Touring Arts are hosting a small reception for some of the movers and shakers in the arts world, including our MP.
While the Community Centre Committee know we can deliver a pleasant time for them, what we really want them to see is a good sized audience.

This will be a funny show and I guarantee you will laugh!
So please do think about coming along and creating a great experience for the artists, the audience, for Cheshire Rural Touring Arts and of course, for the Community Centre!

Tickets are available from The Post Office and will be available on the door.

Tickets are £5 for children under 14 and £8 for adults. The performance starts at 7.30 and lasts for 1 hour 20 minutes plus and interval for refreshments.

See you there
Sue Hardacre

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