Behind the scenes

PUBLISHED: 08:31 11 September 2006 | UPDATED: 09:49 24 May 2010

Visitors to a Weston theatre will get the chance to see how things work backstage at a special open day later this month. The Friends Of The Playhouse have organised the event on September 24 when people can take tours around the venue. Doors will open at

Visitors to a Weston theatre will get the chance to see how things work backstage at a special open day later this month.The Friends Of The Playhouse have organised the event on September 24 when people can take tours around the venue.Doors will open at 10am and the first tour will be at 10.30am. Tours can be booked in advance.The Friends Of The Playhouse, a voluntary organisation formed in 1994, has raised thousands of pounds for The Playhouse over the last 12 years.For more details about the open day call Pauline on 01934 419350 or Bryan on 0788 7942678.

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