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Theatre Group Julie Horsman 80862704 & Chris Farleigh 8086 2882

Forthcoming Theatre Visits

The Scared Flame by Somerset Maugham

Tuesday 13

Nuffield Theatre



Tickets 14.00

What happened on the night the young Great War hero, Maurice Tabret, died at home in his bed? His doctor says he died from natural causes, but his nurse points a finger of suspicion at his beautiful wife, Stella... Putting a twist on the classic murder mystery, this part thriller, part love story is by the enduringly popular playwright and novelist, W Somerset Maugham, whose brilliance is discovered afresh in this vivid new production. This tense and graceful play is a fascinating exploration of love, devotion and family.

The Spire by William Golding, adapted by Roger Spottiswoode Salisbury Playhouse Thursday 15th November 2.15pm Tickets 15.00
The stage premiere of the novel by William Golding, about the men who conceived and built the spire on Salisbury Cathedral. Dean Jocelin has a vision. A spire, 400 feet high, pointed like an arrow to God, a pinnacle of faith, bursting from the heart of the Cathedral. But no one has built that high before. There are no foundations. There are inadequate funds. And when Master Builder, Roger Mason, begins to work, the fragility of Jocelins vision soon becomes apparent. As the spire slowly rises, dark shadows are cast across the lives of all involved in this epic saga of faith versus reason.

A Christmas Carol at The Lighthouse, Poole

11th December 2012 7.30pm Tickets 10

Music composed by Alison Stephens and performed by Norman Chalmers Mike Maran tells the Dicken's classic story a mesmeric storyteller (The Stage) and Norman Chalmers plays the music on concertina, tin whistle and thumb piano. Scrooge is a terrible miser, but he cant be all bad. He could hardly become so beautifully transformed at the end of the story if he never had the potential in the first place. The ghosts are not so frightening, well maybe just a little bit scary. They lead Scrooge down the roads of the past, present and future because he wants to see everything that they can show him. Scrooges nephew, Fred, laughs all the way through the story. If you should happen, by any unlikely chance, to know a man more blessed in a laugh than Scrooges nephew all I can say is that Id like to know him too.

One Night In Vienna at The Bournemouth Pavilion

Thursday February 7th 20137.30pm Tickets 23.60

Timeless music from the masters of the waltz Strauss Tchaikovsky, Lehar and many more. Starring Johann Strauss Dancers and The Johann Strauss Orchestra The irrepressible showman and conductor, RAINER HERSCH takes a whistle stop through a sparkling assortment of music and dance from the most romantic of times. Choreographed and directed by Alexandra Worall and featuring sparkling soprano Charlotte Ellett
************************************************************************************ And for anyone interested Chinwaggers are running a trip to The Theatre Royal, Winchester to see

Radio Times The Musical

1.30pm Tickets 15.00

on Wednesday the 28th November

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