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BRIGHTWELL'S OWN WEST END

BRIGHTWELL'S OWN WEST END

The Sinodun Players are bringing a performance of 'Heroes' to Brightwell's very own West End (the Village Hall !) on Saturday 19th January and the Red Lion are offering a 10% discount to ticket-holders for a pre-show supper.

This Community Association-sponsored event will take the Sinodun Players back to their roots, as their first performances were in Brightwell Village Hall.

From the Community Association Flyer:

'Heroes - Three old soldiers sitting on the terrace of their retirement home reminiscing and planning a trip out. What is so special or entertaining about that? Well, in this translation by Tom Stoppard (from the French original by Gerald Sibleyras) the answer is - just about everything!

'Humour - ranging from wry wit to knock-about farce - runs constantly through the play. Stoppard, as we have come to expect, concocts a rich and satisfying evening in the theatre that is simultaneously funny, enthralling and, ultimately, thought provoking. The play works on many levels, allowing the audience to select what to take away - but remember, not everything may be quite as it seems, at first, to be.'

Tickets (8) are on sale at the Village Stores, from James Davys on 01491 834195 or Laura on 01491 833807. The performance starts at 7.30 pm

For details of the Red Lion's special offer which applies to ticket-holder food orders,  between 5 and 7.30 pm on Saturday 19th contact Mark and the team at the Red Lion at 01491 837373. You can view the menu here http://www.redlion.biz/restaurant.php



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