Holy Smokes, its Batman the Panto!

13:04 05 February 2013

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20TwentyProduction’s All Stars Youth Theatre has been rehearsing extremely hard recently to get ready for their new show, Batman the Panto!

Performances are at 7.30pm from Thursday to Saturday, February 14 to 16, in the Skoulding Suite of March Town Hall.

There will also be special matinee performances at 2.30pm each day. The afternoon performance on the Thursday is for the over 50s, and the next day the show is aimed at children under 16, anyone under eight must be accompanied.

The last matinee, on Saturday Feb 16, is for adults with a learning disability

Tickets for the evening showings are £7 and £5 concessions, matinee performances are £3.50. All tickets can be purchased through Panini’s Coffee shop on March’s Market Place.

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