The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: October 2015
The Harmonettes (a Cheshire trio with strong links with our village) present 'Dorothy's War' which is also a British Sign Language interpreted performance.
This brilliant show is told through the fabulous songs of the period — ranging from much-loved favourites to forgotten gems — all sung live in close-harmony. It is based on an extraordinary and little-known true story of daring and courage in the Great War.
The performance takes place at the Barbour Institute on Sunday, 1 November at 7.30pm.
Tickets are available from 'Complement' or 'The Studio'. Telephone 01829 771374.
You can also book online by CLICKING HERE.
Tickets are £10 for all ages and the production is also suitable for all ages.
"A Singing Workshop" to accompany 'Dorothy's War' which will take place in the Barbour Institute 11.30am-1.00pm on Show Day, Sunday 1 November still places available.
The Harmonettes are offering this fantastic singing experience to put you in the mood at this pre-show Workshop run by its actors. As a participant, you will learn some of the wonderful songs within the show as well as getting a crash course in harmony and group singing. (The Workshop is not BSL signed. A minimum of 10 people are needed for the Workshop to go ahead.)
No experience needed, just a sense of adventure!
All ages welcome — Price between — £8.50-£10.00 per person (more participants = lower price). Pay on the day.
To book your place, email email@example.com
or telephone (01829) 771374 (voicemail) no later than Monday 19th October.
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The Rural Touring Arts are subsidised by the Arts Council and aim to bring live, visual arts events to rural locations.
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