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By CM VIsion events - 19th October 2014 8:00am
Young Charles Dickens is a rookie reporter on The Morning Chronicle.
Whilst investigating the foggy slums of Ye Olde London Towne, he accidentally stumbles on a story that could make his reputation.
Follow our hero on the adventure of a lifetime!
Expect a world of pockmarked pickpockets, cobwebby convicts, teeming slums, empty marshes, dark secrets, convoluted plots and lots and lots of fog.
This inventive and gripping comedy features just three actors playing over 20 roles in 90 minutes of fast-paced fun and thrilling action.
Brimming with unfeasibly quick costume changes, stupidly surreal characters and wonderfully daft jokes, What The Dickens? has something to entertain the whole family.
Suitability: All (7+)
Tickets: £10.00 Contact Kerry on 01270 522144
Sunday, 2nd November 2014 @7:30pm in Church Minshull Village Hall
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