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Pirates classic on stage

NANTWICH Players' award-winning Youth Theatre arel presenting a stage version of "Treasure Island" from Wednesday, March 22 to Saturday 25, at 7.45pm.

   It is an hilarious interpretation of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic book written by Le Navet Bete and John Nicholson. The family friendly production takes the audience on a search for Flint's treasure on Skull Island. Young Jim Hawkin's life is changed when he finds a treasure map in a dead pirate's trunk and sets of on a Caribbean adventure, meeting Long John Silver.

  Tickets, priced at 10, are on sale at Nantwich Tourist Information Office in the Civic Hall in Market Street (telephone 01270 600727) or on-line at

www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk

   More details about plays and the group are available from

https://www.nantwichplayers.com/plays/

o Parking on the council-owned Love Lane car park is free after 6pm. It is accessed from the inner ring road (The Waterlode).

      

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Double feature at the theatre

NANTWICH Players are staging two plays in one evening at the end of March.

  "Costume Drama" will be presented by special guests DTAT theatre group. In a world of super-powered people, the powerful lead and the powerless follow - though in a world of telepaths how can anyone even know what is real?

   The play is written and directed by Duncan Compton.

   In "Comment is Free", by James Fritz, a journalist forms the centre of a devastating media storm in an urgent, gripping  and innovative play. It examines the obsession with free speech and the voyeuristic nature of social media and 24-hour news. It shines a harsh light on contemporary society and asks questions about the power or words and personal responsibility.

   The plays will be staged from Friday, March 31 to Sunday, April 2, at 7.45pm. Tickets, priced at 8, are on sale at Nantwich Tourist Information Office in the Civic Hall in Market Street (telephone 01270 600727) or on-line at

www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk

   These are Studio Productions which are the same as full presentations except that they are staged in front of black curtains rather than scenery.

   More details about plays and the group are available from

https://www.nantwichplayers.com/plays/

 

o Parking on the council-owned Love Lane car park is free after 6pm. It is accessed from the inner ring road (The Waterlode).

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