Christmas? Bah humbug!

Bridgnorth Players will present a new production of Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ to audiences in Bridgnorth, Chelmarsh, Much Wenlock and Worfield. It is the first time the group have had children in the cast and director Liz Fisher said, “We’re delighted to welcome these talented and enthusiastic local thespians to our ranks as well as many Bridgnorth Players stalwarts.”

So don’t say “Bah, Humbug!” – get yourself into the Christmas spirit… there will even be mulled wine at all evening performances! The show is at 7.30pm at the following venues: Priory Hall, Much Wenlock on Wednesday 6 December; Worfield Village Hall on Thursday 7 December; Chelmarsh Parish Hall on Friday 8 December; and Bridgnorth Leisure Centre on Saturday 9 December, with a matinee at 2.30pm. Tickets are £8 from bridgnorthplayers@yahoo.co.uk, call 01746 764514/767425 or bridgnorthplayers.wordpress.com.

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