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PUBLISHED: 12:53 24 January 2007 | UPDATED: 10:30 24 May 2010

THE tale of the antics of highwayman Dick Turpin will be brought to life by Clevedon Comedy Club this week. But this story comes with a twist, as rather than being set in deepest, darkest Essex, this tale takes place in the West country. Sarah Cochran-Mer

THE tale of the antics of highwayman Dick Turpin will be brought to life by Clevedon Comedy Club this week.But this story comes with a twist, as rather than being set in deepest, darkest Essex, this tale takes place in the West country.Sarah Cochran-Meredith takes the leading role of Dick Turpin and Lady Caroline is played by Kerrie Barrie.The show hits the road tomorrow night (Thurs) at 7.30-pm for three nights plus a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.Tickets are available, priced at £6 for adults and £5 for concessions, from Clevedon Community Centre and Souk in the Triangle.Pictured is Dick Turpin played by Sarah Cochran-Merridith on his horse Black Bess (Borris).


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