A touch of magic from Mark Youth Theatre

12:30 23 February 2012

Mark YouthGroup in Dress rehersal.

Mark YouthGroup in Dress rehersal.


MARK Youth Theatre group will be bringing a magical production of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe to Burnham in March.

Performers from the age of eight to 18 are involved in the theatre group and all have been hard at work in rehearsals to produce a fantastic and fun performance.

The production will take place at the Princess Theatre in Princess Street at 7.30pm from March 22-24, with a 2.30pm matinee on March 24.

Tickets, priced £5-7, are available by calling 01278 641580. Family tickets are also available, priced £20, for two adults and three children.


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