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By Community Centre Publicity - 30th May 2014 6:00am
The Community Centre Committee is delighted with the village's response to the forthcoming production on Saturday of The Second Minute by the Nottingham Playhouse. The play has been created from actual letters that passed between a soldier and his family during the First World War.
Tickets are £10.00 for adults and £5.00 for the under 16's and they are still available from the Post Office, or by calling 01829 741962.
Sue Hardacre said "The company performed this piece in Ellesmere Port last week to a full house and the feedback I have had described it as 'a delightful production and extremely moving' A recent review in The Big Issue called it 'utterly engaging and emotionally compelling'. I am so thrilled to be able to offer the village a chance to see such a prestigious company."
80 tickets have been sold but there is still room for more people in the main hall.
The performance starts at 7.30 pm with the doors open from 7.00pm. Tickets will be available on the door. The performance last for 1 hour 40 minutes with a 20 minute interval. The usual bar facilities will be available.
Sue added "I don't think we have sold many tickets for the younger age group, but this could be a wonderful experience for anyone studying the period, either as part of their English or History courses".
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