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Church Minshull now has an Amateur Dramatics Group which has been formally supported by the CM Vision Group. CM Vision aim to co-ordinate events in the village to ensure every group and event gets the best chance of success, avoiding date clashes and encouraging involvement. It formally agreed to support a new independent village amateur dramatic group at a meeting on Monday 18th January.
The new dramatics group would love anybody wishing to join in, support and help out with productions to contact John Headon on 01270 522353.
Meanwhile, rehearsals have started on a selection of One Act Plays and Monologues. Some of these have been chosen from a production in Bunbury last Autumn but 50% are new to the existing small team. These will be performed at Acton Village Hall and Church Minshull Village Hall on 18th & 19th March respectively. Denise Fisher from Bunbury will be directing.

The plan is for a mixture of future productions to suit all involved, so give John a call...

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