Charity Theatre Trips to Bristol Hippodrome News for May 2019

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Two Kings to book up for this month.

I have a few spaces on the coach for The Lion King, back in Bristol and nearly sold out in the first two days. We have reservations for:Wednesday 13th November evening, at £65 and £82, and Sunday 27th October matinee at £92 and £112. Both of these are subject to the theatre still having some tickets available.

The highly praised London production of The King and I tours to Bristol next year. We are going on the evening of Thursday 26th Mar at £53 and £70.

Welsh National Opera brings us a new production of Carmen on Friday 13th March at £55 for good Grand Circle or Stalls seats.

We also will be tripping to Bristol for Fame (11 June, £45/£54), Calendar Girls — The Musical (16 July, £47/£59), and We Will Rock You (Queen) (18 March 2020!, £45/£58.

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 , e-mail coxtheatretrips@btinternet.com or phone 01458 273085 for a brochure.

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