Whittlesey Youth Theatre bring their Christmas show to March Town Hall
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The Whittlesey based Youth Theatre, Page2Stage, will be at March Town Hall on Saturday to perform their latest show called Christmas: Maxi Strikes Back!
The story follows an evil organisation that is determined to take over the world, and their latest plot is to kidnap Santa.
The show was written with the help of everyone in the group; the directors, Glen O’Gorman and Geri Hawkins, took on the best ideas from the youth theatre to create a a show that everyone would enjoy and could be a part of.
Geri Hawkins, Director for the Youth Theatre said: “The group have worked so hard on this production, so please come and support the young people and join us on this Christmas adventure.”
The Page2Stage youth theatre is for ages 7 to 19 and meets once a week on Mondays. From January, the youth theatre will be based at Alderman Jacobs Primary School. Anyone interested in joining can contact Director, Geri Hawkins by e-mailing email@example.com or call 01354 652769.
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Doors open for Saturday’s show at 7pm and tickets cost £5 from Panini’s Coffee Shop on March’s Market Place or on the door.
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