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Charity Theatre Trips to Bristol Hippodrome News for October 2019
The big news is that the record breaking musical Les Miserables makes a welcome return next April/May. Booking opens on 25th September so no details when we went to press, but if you get in touch when you read this you will be sure of a ticket and they will be scarce.

We Will Rock You (The Queen Musical) on Wednesday 18 March, £45/£58 is full but a second coach is a possibility with just a few more bookings.

Also book now for:
Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes. The date for this trip has changed and it is now on Thursday 5th March 2020 at £61 and £39.

Carmen, Welsh National Opera's new production on Friday 13th March at £55.

The King & I London touring production. We plan an evening trip on Thursday 26th March and a matinee on Wednesday 1st April.

Mamma Mia, Monday 8th June, £49 and £61

All of these have a payment date in the New Year, but the sooner you reserve the better seats you will receive. There is no charge for cancellation until I have paid for the tickets.

Our coach goes from Curry Rivel, Langport, Somerton, then Street/Wells or Keinton Mandeville/Shepton Mallet depending on bookings. Payment is usually due about two months before the show date. Any profit is donated to charity.
For more details of all trips please visit www.theatretrips.webeden.co.uk , e-mail coxtheatretrips@btinternet.com or phone 01458 273085 for a brochure.

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