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We have now managed to reserve 49 tickets for the new Musical 'Aladdin' (due shortly to come to London from its hit run in Broadway) on Wednesday November 16th. Cost of the evening with coach, tickets and driver's tip is £56. Top priced seats towards the rear of the stalls are priced at £45.00 (face value £69.50). This is a spectacular musical based on the original Disney film. Seats are slightly more expensive than we would normally pay but discounted seats are limited.
If you are interested take and complete a booking form from the table in the church entrance or contact me on 01296 484940 or email me on a_p888@btinternet.com . Forms, together with cheques must be returned no later than Sunday 28 February when we need to pay for the group. Seats are limited and demand is very high.

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