The Community Centre is delighted to announce that tickets for the comedy double bill on Friday October 5th are now on sale in the Post Office. The show starts at 7.30 pm with doors open from 7.00 pm.
Theatre company Last Chance Saloon, sponsored through Cheshire Rural Touring Arts, are offering Curse of the Mummy and Sherlock Holmes and the Blue Carbuncle, two one act comedies. Both are high-octane spoofs performed by three very talented individuals who mix outrageous humour, slapstick, mischievous musical mash-ups with impeccable timing to leave you helpless with laughter. They are regular performers at the Edinburgh Festival and the London Horror Festival.
Promoter Sue Hardacre says "The original menu offering was just for Curse of the Mummy. I thought it was about time we had some comedy to offer audiences but was concerned that the play was just an hour long. Our audience like to come out for a full evening of entertainment, so we were delighted that, when approached about extending the session, Last Chance Saloon offered us not a Q and A session, or a slight extension to the play but a new, full hour of comedy. Given that the three actors play multiple role I think we are in for an evening of sheer theatrical extravagance."
Even though VAT now must be added to the ticket price, the Community Centre has decided that it will absorb this extra cost and keep the ticket price at only £10. As the show may well appeal to a wider age range, tickets at £6 are available for under 16s.
Tickets are available on line at www.ticketsource.co.uk/cheshireruraltouringarts and can also be purchased from the Post Office. They will be available on the door but buying in advance ensures that you will be able to get to see the show.