The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Kali Theatre Company: September 2016
'My Big Fat Cowpat Wedding' will take place at The Barbour Institute on Thursday 29 September at 7.30pm.
Tickets are £9.00 each (all ages) and are available from Pam in Complement (High St), Jill at The Studio (Worley Court), Linda on 01829 771374 / email firstname.lastname@example.org or book online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/280390.
The Kali Theatre Company invites you to join the guests at Clare and Arjun's wedding reception. All their friends and family will be there. A celebration of a mixed marriage between a girl from the country and a boy from the city. What could possibly go wrong?
The roots of this new play draw their vitality from the author's interviews with a wide range of people whose experiences inform this light-hearted view of relationships across the divides of rural and urban, race and gender.
The result is fast and funny with plenty of neat twists, all rounded off with the toe-tapping rhythms of a Bhangra disco dance for all of us to enjoy.
Dress: Smart casual. Hats welcome. Wellington boots optional.
The performance is suitable for all ages, although young children may find it a bit hard to follow.
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