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'Painting the Indian Gods' - SOLD OUT

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Tattenhall Rural Touring Arts
"Painting the Indian Gods"
Thursday 10th November, 2016
This event is now SOLD OUT, but there is a Waiting List for anyone
wanting to be notified if returned tickets become available.
Similarly, any ticket-holders for this event who no
longer want their tickets are invited to get in touch to check the
Waiting List. This 'ticket returns' service is not usually
offered, but is being this time because (a) this event is so
popular, and (b) unlike other RTA shows, this one must be
booked in advance. To add your name to the Waiting List or to
publicise your unwanted tickets, please contact Linda now on Tel:
01829 771374
or email her at l.davenport987@btinternet.com.
NB.There are NO cash refunds on unwanted/unused tickets

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