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The Thrill of Love, May 11 to 19 (except Sunday 13), at 7.45pm, at Nantwich Players' Theatre, One Love Lane (on the Waterlode car park), CW5 5BH. In 1955, Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be hanged in Great Britain, for the murder of her racing driver lover. There were public appeals for clemency and even the judge of the case made a plea. Tickets 9 from Nantwich Information Office at the Civic Hall, Market Street, from April 24. Special telephone number for Players' bookings, 01270 600727 (tickets purchasers will be called back when staff are able to). Tickets can also be booked on line, using the Civic Hall set up which includes a booking fee of 1 per ticket. Players' website: www.nantwichplayers.com. Theatre telephone: 01270 624556. 

 

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