Pauline Noble: January 2016
Come with the AMC & Friends Theatre Group to see Beautiful — The Carole King Musical at the Aldwych Theatre, London on Thursday 19th May. We have been lucky enough to obtain 49 newly released tickets in the stalls at a discounted rate of £35.00 (usual price £69.50), but we have to pay for them by the 2nd February. The complete cost of the trip is £46.50. This includes ticket, transport from Wendover or Aylesbury (Bedgrove) and return plus driver's tip.
The show is an inspiring story of a girl who rose from a Teenage Songwriter at the age of 17 with her first hit "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" to become a Superstar. Her music became the soundtrack of a generation with such timeless classics as "Walking in the Rain", The Locomotion", "It Might As Well Rain Until September" etc.
TAKE A BOOKING FORM FROM THE TABLE IN THE CHURCH ENTRANCE or CONTACT PAULINE NOBLE ON 01296 484940 & RETURN WITH CHEQUE FOR TICKETS NO LATER THAN JANUARY 30TH
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