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Saturday 10th December 2005, 07:30 PM, at Chipping Norton
Warwick Club has reserved 77 tickets for Puss in Boots at Chipping Norton.
Tickets are £9.50 (£8.50 for children) for Warwick Club members, their spouse/partner, and dependent children under 18. Tickets may also be purchased at cost for guests (subject to availability of places) for £16.00 (£14.00 for children) . Full price for these tickets would normally be £16.00 (£14.00 for children) .
Please contact the organiser, Andy Smith, for tickets. Please remember to give your personnel/retiree number, and state how many tickets you would like, and who each ticket which you request at member price is for, their age and relationship to you.
Forget The Hippodrome, The Alexandra, The Belgrade, The Rep, and all the other large scale pantomime productions, this is the real thing! If you've been before then I don't need to tell you about the wonderfully intimate theatre, energetic and talented cast and production team, clever and funny scripts, and enchanting sets. If you haven't been before then nothing I say will do it justice. Just book up now and ensure that you get into the festive spirit in the best possible way. Visit the theatre's Website at http://www.chippingnortontheatre.co.uk/ As an added bonus the theatre is situated very close to two excellent pubs that both offer good value pre-theatre meals The Chequers - http://www.chequers-pub.co.uk/ The Blue Boar - http://www.oxtowns.co.uk/chipping_norton/fand.html ...so make a real evening of it. Chipping Norton is only about 35 minutes drive from Warwick. From the blurb: Puss in Boots. Fabulous family entertainment with throwaway sweets! Old Bill the Miller has died, leaving his wife and children with nothing but a decrepit mill, a donkey, and a talkative tomcat. Can Puss revive their fortunes, or will the ogre catch him ﬁrst? Boo the baddies and cheer the goodies as we whisk you away to an enchanting, magical world where cats talk, ogres live in castles and donkeys are…wonky!
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