Not a very nice sight

WESTON Playhouse, with the lovely and very funny Ken Dodd, what a fabulous night out at the theatre you might say! Well, my wife and I managed

WESTON Playhouse, with the lovely and very funny Ken Dodd, what a fabulous night out at the theatre you might say!Well, my wife and I managed to get tickets for a night out at your town's lovely theatre. I have not been feeling well for a few months and this was a chance to dress up and mix with other nice theatre goers.On Sunday September 2 at 6.45pm, as we approached the car park near the theatre we had our way blocked by two young men fighting in the street. Not a very nice sight, as they were both badly cut around the face and bloodied clothes.We managed to park our car and made our way to the theatre where another much larger brawl was taking place outside one of the bars. Again there were bloodied faces and a man telling the police what he thought of them and what would happen if they touched him. He walked away with the police showing no power or ability to control the situation.We will think twice now about ever going to your theatre again or even coming into Weston. Is this what the people of Weston want? A once lovely and safe town, ruled by drunks and violence? I think not.MR ROWLEY - Burnham-on-Sea


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