Charity Theatre Trips News July 2018

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Charity Theatre Trips to Bristol Hippodrome News for July 2018

No new shows since the June issue, but lots to book for, from Ballet to Rock'n'Roll.

Although many trips are way into the future, you are not committed to going until your tickets are bought, usually two months before the show date. There is no charge for reservation or cancellation until then, and by booking early you get the best seats.
We can usually get hold of tickets at the same price after the main purchase has been made, so it is always worth the ask. This will now apply to all the shows up to Shrek, as their tickets were bought by the end of June.

Our coach starts at Curry Rivel, picking up in Langport, Somerton, then Street/Wells or Keinton Mandeville/Shepton Mallet.
For more details of all other trips please visit www.theatretrips.webeden.co.uk , e-mail coxtheatretrips@btinternet.com or phone 01458 273085 for a printed brochure.

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