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It is a busy few weeks of theatre at the Barbour. Below is a reminder of what is on with links to the articles.

Film night @ the Barbour — SULLY, 27th September.
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TADS production — BOUNCERS, 28th and 29th September .
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Rural Touring Arts presents A VIEW FROM THE EDGE, 12th October.
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Murder Mystery Evening — WHO KILLED THE DIRECTOR, 21st October. A fundraising evening.
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